Iowa State lands second JUCO safety in 24 hours

Chris Williams

Publisher

A few weeks ago at his Monday press conference, Iowa State head coach Paul Rhoads noted that he wanted to sign two safeties in his 2014 recruiting class. On Tuesday, Rhoads landed both of those safeties in less than 24 hours. 

Qujuan Floyd is the latest man to pledge his allegiance to Iowa State. The news was first reported by Trey Scott at Scout.com

Floyd, a 6-foot, 190-pound strong safety out of Santa Monica C.C. in California, could possibly serve as an immediate replacement to Deon Broomfield

Iowa State's class of 2014

Qujuan Floyd, S, Moore, S, Northeastern Oklahoma C.C. 
Cole Anderson, 
OL, League City, Texas
Dedric Brinson,
 CB, Lake Wales, Fla. 
Colin Downings, 
P, Whitefish Bay, Wisc. 
William Windham, OL, Samuel Clemens High School in Schertz, Texas
Jauan Wesley, WR, Harvey, Ill. 
Tommy Mister, RB, St. Rita Chicago, Ill
Reggan Northrup, S, First Coast, Jacksonville, Fla.  
Orion Salters, WR, Dallas Jesuit 
Kody Kodanko, OL, West De Pere, Wisc.
Scott Schaffner, TE, Raymore Peculiar, Mo.
Martinez Syria, RB, Houston Nimitz, Texas 
Sam Seonbuchner, LB, Hartland Arrowhead, Wisc.
Victor Holmes, CB, La Porte, Texas
De'Monte Ruth, CB, Wilmer-Hutchins in Dallas, Texas
Allen Lazard, WR, Urbandale, Iowa

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  • August 30, 2014
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