So where do you go if you are a D1 mens basketball player with one year of eligibility left and you are looking to transfer from your current school? The answer is Iowa State ofcourse.
Word has come down that Will Clyburn from the University of Utah will be transferring to play under Fred Hoiberg. He will sit out the upcoming season and will be eligible in the 2012-2013 season.
Last season for the Utes, Clyburn averaged 17.1 points per game and 7.8 rebounds per game while shooting over 40% from behind the arc.
The Cyclones have four D1 transfers who will be eligible this upcoming season one of whom, Chris Allen, will be playing his first and only season for Iowa State. This past season the Cyclones accepted the transfer of Jake Anderson into the program for his final year of eligibility.
Joining Clyburn in the 2012-2013 season will be another one year player at Iowa State in fellow transfer Korie Lucious from Michigan State. Lucious has mentioned in interviews one of his main reasons for picking Iowa State was his goal of reaching the NBA and his thought that Fred Hoiberg could help him achieve that. One has to believe that Clyburn might have some of the same thoughts in mind.