AMES, Iowa - A second member of the Iowa State men's basketball program in a week is saying goodbye to HIlton Coliseum and Cyclone fans. Caleb Grill, a freshman from Maize, Kan., will be transferring from Iowa State. Grill announced on social media Wednesday.
Grill, a 6-foot-3 guard averaged 2.1 points and 1.7 rebounds in 13.7 minutes per game. He started two contests for the Cyclones in his lone year with the program.
His departure opens a second scholarship for the Cyclones afterseldomly-used sophomore Zion Griffin, once a four-star recruit, announced his intention to transfer on Monday.
The Cyclones struggled, finishing 12-20, It's the first 20-loss season in 44 years for the program. They’ll now likely have a minimum of six new players having already signed a four-man recruiting class. Javan Johnson, a transfer from Troy, also will be eligible after sitting out last season.