Quick Read: Iowa State’s ’18 class.. Pretty good

Here’s a quick write up about why Iowa State’s 2018 class is gonna be one of the best in the country.

Talen Horton-Tucker

Horton-Tucker was the final piece to this outstanding puzzle which is the Cyclones 2018 class. He’s a very strong wing, uses his strength to drive to the hoop and draw contact. His driving ability is excellent, his ball handling is also excellent.

Spoke to Tyrese Haliburton, Zion Griffin, and George Conditt prior to Horton-Tucker’s decision night. They all wanted him, really enjoyed his official visit.

Horton-Tucker committed a couple weeks back, there was some controversy prior to his commitment, but all along this decision could be huge for the Cyclones.

George Conditt

Conditt is gonna be a BIG (literally) piece to the Cyclones for the future. The 6-10 forward is super talented in the paint. Is good in the post and has many upsides to his game.

Conditt meshing with the rest of the 2018 class is gonna be scary, could be Cyclones big man for the future.

Zion Griffin

Zion Griffin is a multi-talented 6-6 wing out of Illinois. He chose Iowa State over Kansas, Pittsburgh, among others. His bond with the coaching staff was one of the reasons he chose Iowa State.

One quick burst and Griffin is right at the rim. He’s good at drawing contact when driving to the rim. With his size and his speed, Griffin could be one of the best driving wings in the country.

Tyrese Haliburton

One of the most interesting players in the 2018 class, 6-5 POINT GUARD, Tyrese Haliburton. The guard has so many strengths on the court including his three point ability and his aggression is unbelievable.


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