2014 athlete Tommy Mister received an offer from the Iowa State Cyclones on March 13th. This now brings his total number of offers to six.
The other teams that have offered at him include: the Ball State Cardinals, the Illinois Fighting Illini, the Indiana Hoosiers, the Notre Dame Fighting Irish, and the Western Michigan Broncos.
Also, he has not received offers, but is receiving interest from the Iowa Hawkeyes, the Michigan Wolverines, the Michigan State Spartans, the Northwestern Wildcats, the Oregon Ducks, and the Wisconsin Badgers.
Mister is a 6’2″, 185 pound quarterback/running back from Oak Lawn, Illinois. He played this past season at H.L. Richards High School.
He started his junior season at quarterback, but moved to running back after returning from an injury.
Coach Tony Sheehan of Richards has said that the move to running back was because of how his replacement, sophomore Hasan Muhammed-Rogers, played during his absence.
Richards made it to the quarterfinals of the Class 6A Illinois State Playoffs, but will be without Mister next season.
This is because Mister transferred to St. Rita High School over winter break and started school at St. Rita on January 6th.
St. Rita did not make the playoffs for the first time in twelve seasons after finishing with an overall record of 4-5.
As a running back this past season, Tommy Mister ran for 1,076 yards on 137 carries and 15 touchdowns.
The four-star recruit is currently ranked 19th in the state of Illinois and 55th among athletes by247Sports.
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