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ISU picks up Kansas LB

Jacob Lattimer has acceped a scholly offer to play Linebacker for the Cyclones in the fall. He led Hutchinson Community College in tackles with 97, recorded 3.5 sacks and 26 TFL.  He will have 3 season of eligibility remaining beginning this fall.  Lattimer becomes the second JUCO LB to join the 2009 class after signing day joining Matt Taufoou in the Cyclones class. 

The 6-foot-3, 240-pounder earned all-conference honors last season and will have three years to play in Ames after redshirting in 2007. He broke his right foot while practicing for a high school all-star game.

"He is big and physical," the Hutchinson linebacker coach said. "He has a big time motor. He plays hard every down. He is what you would expect out of a good JUCO or high school linebacker."

What gets better is this

Jacob Lattimer also grew up a Kansas State fan, who offered him a scholarship along with UAB and Louisiana-Monroe. But his brother said his visit to ISU convinced him to don the cardinal and gold.

"He always wanted to play at Kansas State, but he felt the coaches wanted him more at Iowa State," Josh Lattimer said. "He felt more of a connection there."

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