Cyclones get three-star forward for 2020 class


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Head coach Steve Prohm speaks at men’s basketball media day Wednesday. 

Noah Rohlfing

One day after Iowa State basketball said goodbye to Luke Anderson and Marcedus Leech, the Cyclones gained a new recruit for their 2020 recruiting class. 

Tuesday morning, small forward Darlinstone Dubar announced he was commiting to play for the Cyclones. 

Dubar, a three-star recruit from Rocky River high school in Charlotte, North Carolina, had other high-power offers from Auburn, Kansas State and Marquette. Dubar is ranked 373rd in the country and is the 88th-rated small forward in his class.

Iowa State now has three 2020 commits, with Dubar joining Dudley Blackwell and Jaden Walker.