Izaiah Brockington, who was second on Penn State in scoring this season has found a new home. He has committed to Iowa State, choosing the Cyclones over Arkansas, BYU and Wake Forest.
A 6'4 guard, Brockington was a steady hand for a solid Nittany Lions squad last season, finishing the year averaging 12.6 points and 4.9 rebounds per game. He briefly committed to returning to play for new head coach Micah Shrewsberry, before instead deciding to hit the portal.
He will now join a new look Cyclones squad after TJ Otzelberger took over for Steve Prohm, who was fired in March.