"Iowa State has about 30 percent of my choice. I went to their camp two Thursdays ago (June 15). My recruiting coach, Chris Ash, has taught me a lot about playing safety. The coaches say I am the perfect size and fast enough to be a safety, while most wide receivers need to be taller than I am," he said. "Iowa State also said that if I go there, I can play both basketball and football in college.
"I'm a point guard on the AAU basketball team, and I scored 51 points in a school game--which became Oskalossa High School's new record. The University of Albany and the University of North Carolina-Wilmington have offered me scholarships to play basketball, but I would like the University of Northern Iowa to offer me," Sash said.
"I am waiting until right before my senior season starts to commit. All through July, I will be traveling the country with the AAU team. Maybe I'll pickup some extra scholarships. By August, I will be able to decide which sport I really want to play for a big conference in college. Right now it's 60 percent football and 40 percent basketball. No matter what, I only want to go to school in my home state, Iowa."
Final junior season stats: 920 yards rushing on 90 carries; 49 receptions for 1008 yards and 12 touchdowns; 28 total TDs.
Tyler Sash reports a 3.3 core GPA and takes his ACT in September.