Former UNLV star Bryce Dejean-Jones says he'll play his final season at Iowa State. A guard who led the Runnin' Rebels with 13.6 points a game last season said Sunday he decided Iowa State was the right fit after visiting Ames over the weekend.
Dejean-Jones said he's on track to graduate in May, which means he should be eligible to play as a senior for Iowa State next season.
The Cyclones landed point guard DeAndre Kane last spring under similar circumstances. Kane earned first-team All-Big 12 honors and helped lead Iowa State to the Sweet 16.
Dejean-Jones said he picked the Cyclones over Arizona State.
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