The first official visit is set up for three-star dual-threat quarterback Joe Chaisson.
Though Tennessee has been the favorite for some time, the 6-foot-2, 167-pounder says that he'll visit Iowa State on Dec. 1. No other trips have been set up, but the talented Beaumont (Texas) Westbrook prospect is very focused on his season.
"Iowa State offered me and I wanted to know more about them," Chaisson said about the Cyclones being the first school to get a visit set up with him. "Plus, Drenard Williams is returning kicks for them and he's been telling me about the program.
"That has me interested."
The Volunteers were his one-time only leader. Things appear to be evening up now for Chaisson.
"I'm going to keep it all even and see what happens after these visits," Chaisson said. "I don't know who else I'm going to visit yet other than Iowa State. That's one of the things I need to sit down and do to see which ones I'd like to take."
Chaisson says that the season has gone well. Currently, Westbrook is undefeated in district and holds a 5-1 overall record on the year.
The talented QB prospect has thrown for 670 yards and seven touchdowns through the air while rushing for 267 yards and seven more scores on the ground.