Matt Campbell and the Cyclones are headed to their fifth straight bowl game in a few weeks, and are fresh off of a big win over TCU. They have a monumental senior class on its way out, and need as much talent as they can gather to replace the production they are losing. Unfortunately, they are losing one of those pieces, at least for now.
2022 defensive back Noble Thomas Jr. has decommitted from the Iowa State Cyclones via his Twitter account. He had an in-home visit with Cyclones cornerbacks coach Matt Caponi last night, and posted this message on Friday morning:
“I would like to take the time to thank Iowa State University for the love and support they have shown me throughout my whole recruiting process. With that being said, after a lot of thinking and talking with my family, WE have decided that it is in my best interest to decommit from Iowa State University.”
This decommitment comes two weeks after the Cyclones flipped three-star defensive back Trevon Howard from Northwestern.
Thomas is from Orange City, Florida, and holds offers from Boston College, Coastal Carolina, Mississippi State, Ole Miss, and West Virginia, among others.
With Thomas; decommitment, Iowa State has 18 verbal commitments in its 2022 class which now ranks 25th nationally and the is No. 3-ranked class in the Big 12.