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AMES, Iowa (AP) — Perhaps Iowa State's biggest question mark heading into preseason practice is its defensive line. The Cyclones will be hoping to see three junior college stars emerge as quality Big 12 players as quickly as possible. Iowa State (3-9 in 2016) was hit hard by attrition, losing starters Demond Tucker, Jhaustin Thomas and Mitchell Meyers to graduation. The Cyclones responded by hitting the transfer market, signing Matt Leo, Ray Lima and Kamilo Tongamoa in the offseason.
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