Steve Prohm has secured yet another 2016 commitment as Oklahoma prep, Jakolby Long, has reportedly committed to the Cyclones.
Chris Williams of Cyclone Fanatic broke the news on Friday morning.
BREAKING: Iowa State just received a basketball commitment from 2016 combo G Jakolby Long. Story to follow. #Cyclones— Chris Williams (@ChrisMWilliams) October 9, 2015
The 6'4" guard had visited Iowa State last weekend and is the fourth commitment of the 2016 class. Long is rated as a 3-star prospect by Rivals, 24/7 Sports and ESPN and held offers from programs like Georgia, Kansas State, Missouri, Oklahoma State and Wichita State to name a few.
The lanky lefty is rumored to be a defensive specialist, but also possesses a diverse offensive game that allows him to play from the perimeter and in post-up situations against smaller guards.
With Long's commitment, Iowa State still has two scholarships to fill for the 2016 class. Zach Norvell, another 6'4" lefty, visited with Long last weekend and it's been rumored that Charlie Moore, a 4-star point guard out of Chicago could potentially be another candidate to round out the 2016 class.