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Iowa State starts ’17 recruiting cycle with Terrence Lewis

On the heels of a visit to Iowa State, 2017 wing forward Terrence Lewis made his college commitment to the Cyclones.

Lewis, a 6′-6″ inside-outside prospect from Riverside (WI), selected Iowa State over Marquette, Illinois and UNLV.

Iowa State needs to have a large class in the 2017 recruiting cycle, and add perhaps four more players. Lewis is the start to that effort, and certainly a player that can be important for years to come, playing two or more positions for Iowa State if necessary.

As a high school junior in the Milwaukee area, Lewis averaged 22 points and 10 rebounds per game. He played in the spring and summer for Wisconsin Playground Elite.

Iowa State Scholarship Grid

Point GuardsMonte Morris (Sr)Donovan Jackson (Sr)Darius McNeill (So)Darius McNeill (Jr)
Donovan Jackson (Jr)Darius McNeill (Fr)
WingsMatt Thomas (Sr)Deonte Burton (Sr)Nick Babb (Sr)Jakolby Long (Sr)
Naz Mitrou-Long (Sr)Nick Babb (Jr)Jakolby Long (Jr)Terrence Lewis (Jr)
Darrell Bowie (Sr)Jakolby Long (So)Terrence Lewis (So)
Deonte Burton (Jr)Terrence Lewis (Fr)
Nick Babb (So)
Jakolby Long (Fr)
PostsMerrill Holden (Sr)Ray Kasongo (Jr)Ray Kasongo (Sr)Cameron Lard (Sr)
Ray Kasongo (Tr)Simeon Carter (Jr)Simeon Carter (Sr)Solomon Young (Sr)
Simeon Carter (So)Cameron Lard (So)Cameron Lard (Jr)KeyShawn Feazell (Jr)
Cameron Lard (Fr)Solomon Young (So)Solomon Young (Jr)
Solomon Young (Fr)KeyShawn Feazell (Fr)KeyShawn Feazell (So)

About K.J. Hassenstab

K.J. Hassenstab is the publisher of the College Basketball Newcomers Guide book and He founded in 2009, and has contributed to SlamOnline, Dime Magazine's, and, along with other publications in the past. Hassenstab has covered grassroots, high school and basketball recruiting for over a decade. Follow on Twitter, @Hoopniks.

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