By now, people should be figuring out that Fred Hoiberg can lure talent to play for his alma mater in his home town.
After building early with talented transfers, the Iowa State coach and his staff have been focusing on high schoolers in 2012. That focus paid off again on Monday night when Sherron Dorsey-Walker pulled the trigger for the Cyclones.
The No. 122 player nationally in the 2012 Rivals150, Dorsey-Walker felt everything was right about the situation in Ames.
"Great coaching staff and this is the type of system I want to play in," said Dorsey-Walker when asked why he committed. "They just showed me the most interest during the recruiting process."
A long and lean 6-foot-4 scorer with a natural feel for the game on the offensive end, the product of Detroit (Mich.) Pershing wants people to know that he's more than just a scorer.
"I can really do a lot of stuff on the basketball court," Dorsey-Walker told Rivals.com. "I'm also a very good passer and rebounder."
The three-star prospect joins a class that already includes four-star big man Georges Niang and three-star wing Nkereuwem Okoro. Most of all, he's happy to have his decision out of the way and ready to focus on his future.
"It's a relief to have recruitment over," said Dorsey-Walker. "I'm just focused on getting bigger, that's my number one thing I'm going hard at. I'm just blessed."