Iowa State may have found the heir apparent to Bret Meyer in three years, but Blytheville (Ark.) prep quarterback Brice Beck would like to be competing for a job earlier than that. The 6-foot-4, 225-pound signal-caller can't wait to get his career started in Ames to find out for himself.
Although he was a relatively late addition to Iowa State's recruiting radar screen, Brice Beck liked what he saw during his official visit to Ames this weekend. Now it appears he's set on making it his home. CycloneNation.com spoke with Beck's father Sunday morning to get the latest.
The staff of GoBlueWolverine.com still believe Michigan will take at least one quarterback in this class. With former targets Evan Sharpley and Robbie Schoenhoft heading elsewhere, the search is on to find other Michigan QB prospects. <br><br>GBW spoke Monday with Arkansas hurler <b>Brice Beck</b>, who is somewhat under the radar after sitting out most of last season with an injury. He's been getting some attention from schools up north, including Michigan.
July 20, 2004