Blake Wetherington, a former student manager under Steve Prohm at Murray State, is in his first season as a graduate assistant at Iowa State. Wetherington will assist in video editing, scouting, player development and graphic production for the program.

Wetherington joins the ISU program after five years at Murray State, the last of which he served as a graduate assistant for the Racers.

As graduate assistant at MSU, he handled the daily operations of the program, assisted in the scouting of opposing teams and coordinated on-campus recruiting visits. Wetherington designed a weekly recruiting graphic system and media for in-home and on-campus recruiting visits.

Wetherington also played a vital role in player development, assisting in drills during practice as well as skill development. Additionally, he oversaw and managed the student manager program for the Racers.

Prior to becoming a graduate assistant at MSU, Wetherington served as a student manager for the program from 2013-17. His first two seasons inside the program were under the direction of Prohm.

In his time at Murray State, the Racers won a pair of Ohio Valley Conference regular season titles and the 2018 OVC Tournament. MSU advanced to the postseason three times during Wetherington’s time at the school.

The Mayfield, Kentucky native was coordinator of Matt McMahon Camps the last two years. He has also worked camps at Xavier, Virginia Tech, Texas A&M and Duke.

Wetherington has extensive knowledge in technological areas, including multiple scouting software platforms.

He graduated from Murray State in 2017 with a bachelor of science in business and business administration. He is pursuing a master’s degree in youth development.