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Bacon Bits: Iowa State Football Recruiting Notes (5/11/20)

Not much happening in the weeks leading up to a lot of decisions.

It’s not a secret that Iowa State dishes out a lot of offers, so it’s refreshing to see the staff practicing more selective techniques over the last month or so, and this week was no different. Iowa State is getting to the level as a program where they don’t need to dish out a bunch of offers to have a chance, so it’s a good sign that the offer count is shrinking.

There’s a number of decisions coming up in May, so be on the lookout for the class to continue to shape up.

All ratings are according to

New Offers (5/4/20-5/10/20)

Monday, May 4th

2022 3-star WR Anthony Black (Coppell, TX)- Offers from Arkansas, Baylor, Hawaii, Houston, Illinois State, Kansas and North Texas.

“It feels good, I was happy to hear about (the offer.) I watched some (of Iowa State) when Hakeem Butler played there and Coach Scheelhaase said they like big receivers, I feel like i fit in with what they want.”

Tuesday, May 5th

2022 OG Deylin Hasert (Marshall, MN)- Iowa State is his first offer.

“It’s a blessing, a true blessing. I started crying because ever since I was little it’s been my dream to play Division I football. They have a fairly new coaching staff of 5 years that has shown already they are ready to win and so am I.”

2022 WR Grant Page (Boulder, CO)- Offers from Colorado and Colorado State.

Thursday, May 7th

2021 ATH Marques Buford Jr. (Cedar Hill, TX)- Offers from Arizona, Arkansas State, UCONN, Florida State, UMASS, Memphis, Morgan State, Ole Miss, Pitt, Rhode Island, Rutgers, Southern Miss, Stony Brook, Syracuse, Texas A&M, USF and Washington State.

Made the Cut

2021 3-star CB Chase Lowery (Frisco, TX)- Top 11 is Arizona, Houston, Iowa State, Kansas, Kansas State, Memphis, Oregon State, Purdue, Texas Tech and Washington State.

“Iowa State was the first school to show any type of love and have always stuck with me.”

2021 3-star RB Anthony Tyus III (Portage, MI)- Top seven is Bowling Green, Central Michigan, Cincinnati, Indiana, Iowa State, Northwestern and Western Michigan.