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Ezeriah Anderson Chooses Iowa State

Iowa State adds another wide receiver to the 2019 class

Iowa State lost one of their wide receiver commits over the last week and they were out looking for another. Ezeriah Anderson committed to Iowa State on Sunday after receiving an offer just under a month ago, and he took his official visit over the weekend.

The three star wide receiver has a composite ranking of 86 according to 247Sports. Anderson holds offers from Boston College, Missouri, Oregon and Syracuse. He most recently visited Boston College in June.

Anderson will more than likely be one of the final wide receivers of the 2019 class as the Cyclones put the final touches on this group. Anderson runs a 4.76 40 yard dash and can go get the ball over a defender when needed. Something Iowa State will need in the future as Hakeen Butler will not be around forever.

Stay tuned to WRNL as we move closer to National Signing Day on Wednesday.