The Iowa State Hawkeyes have begun a new regime under head coach Matt Campbell and it looks like the future could be pretty bright for his Cyclones. They have just received word that they will be receiving a talented cornerback from the ACC.
According to reports, Troy Vincent Jr., who announced he had been released from his scholarship early in the 2015 season, has decided to transfer to Iowa State. He will come to the school as a walk-on, but will still have to sit out the 2016 season.
Hearing that DB Troy Vincent, who has transferred to Iowa State from NC State, is a walk-on but will have to sit out next season.
— Alex Halsted (@AlexHalsted) January 18, 2016
Vincent didn’t play during his freshman season and that was enough for him to ask for a release in the early part of his sophomore year. He came to the Wolfpack as a three-star cornerback out of Gilman High School in Baltimore, Maryland and was the number eight-ranked player in the state.
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