Iowa State football recruiting: Cyclones offer Tulsa wide receiver commit


Denver Johnson, a wide receiver from Oklahoma City and current commitment to Tulsa, has received an offer from Iowa State just days later.

The Oklahoma native tweeted on Tuesday that he was offered by the Cyclones.

"Just got offered by Iowa St #Big12"

247Sports rates Johnson as a 3-star prospect and currently rank him as the 13th best athlete in Oklahoma. The receiver had 39 catches for 506 yards and five touchdowns, an average of 50.6 yards per game, last season according to NewsOK.

Johnson received an offer from Tulsa on June 2nd and committed six days later. Now the Cyclones have made an interesting move to try and flip Johnson’s commitment, and it could work because he has family ties at Iowa State.

He is the cousin of former Cyclone cornerback Jeremy Reeves, who just received a contract from the New York Jets. He’s also fond of their new pickup at offensive coordinator, Mark Mangino.

The wide receiver prospect checks in 6-foot-3, weighs 212 pounds, and records a 40-time of 4.59 seconds and has a 35″ vertical. Check out Denver Johnson’s Hudl page here.