Sounds like the real deal. Hope the kids stays healthy and hope he can resist all the attention he'll continue to get from other schools. It's like being engaged to your High School sweet heart and having all kinds of babes hitting on you.
"Lazard is Iowa State's first commitment in the 2014 class. He is also the top ranked junior prospect in the state of Iowa and has already been selected to play in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl game in 2014. He plans to put that recruiting capital to good use on the recruiting trail over the next 14 months.
"With my commitment it will help with top in-state recruits. I already talk to most of them every now and then and we'll see each other at Iowa State games," Lazard said. "Then, when I go to the Army Bowl I will be able to get to more highly ranked recruits there, tell them about Iowa State and hopefully attract them up here."
This class is shaping up very nicely. It's starting to get the point where I'm not worried about who do we lose to graduation this year so much as being excited about who it is that's going to step up as the one coming in behind them.
He's not in "this" class.
"Missouri is free to create an enduring basketball rivalry with Auburn."
man, this thread has turned into quite a ***** show. why are hawk fans even on here about this and why are cyclone fans letting them get under their skin?
this is a great get especially this early in the recruiting season, but realize it is ONE recruit out of 25. it hardly makes isu elite and it certainly doesn't make iowa an fcs team. just enjoy and quit bickering.
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