McFarland Discusses Commitment to Idaho

As the new-look Vandal basketball team works to install first year Idaho head coach George Pfeifer's philosophies and playing style, eyes are also on the future of the program. Critical to the success of any program is solid recruiting, and Idaho recently received a key commitment from 6-5, 3-star forward ANDRE MCFARLAND. He picked Idaho over Iowa State, and discusses that decision with Scout.
November 24, 2006

McFarland Off the Board

Brewster Academy swingman Andre McFarland made his college decision on Sunday night. Unfortunately for Cyclone fans, McFarland didn't choose Iowa State. Get the details here from your leader in Iowa State MBB recruiting coverage, CycloneNation.com.
October 8, 2006

McFarland: One Tough Decision

Andre McFarland was one of three MBB recruiting prospects in Ames this weekend taking an official visit to Iowa State. CN spoke with McFarland on Sunday night and talked about everything from academics to when exactly he will make his decision. Don't miss out on all of these MBB recruiting scoops. Check them out right here at CycloneNation.com.
October 1, 2006

A Decision is Nearing

It's now crunch time for Andre McFarland and P'Allen Stinnett and a decision will likely come around Sept. 30 when the duo will be visiting Ames the same night of the UNI football game. Click here to get quotes from the two and get all of the details from their visit to Idaho.
September 18, 2006

Down to Two for McFarland

September 30 is shaping up to be a huge day for Iowa State athletics for more than one reason. Find out why and also get the latest thoughts from MBB recruit Andre McFarland right here in this CN MBB recruiting update.
September 7, 2006

It's Crunch Time

It's nearing decision time for P'Allen Stinnett and Andre McFarland. With scholarships and time running out, the duo will be visiting Idaho on Sept. 15. All of the sudden, the duo is warming back up to Iowa State. Find out why and get the full scoop right here in this CN MBB recruiting update.
September 3, 2006