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IMG Academy receiver Adonis Moise picks Kansas State

On3 imageby:Drew Galloway06/11/24


Kansas State is back on the board in the 2025 recruiting class with the addition of Florida-based wide receiver Adonis Moise. The decision from the Sunshine State wideout comes on the heels of his official visit to Manhattan over the weekend.

Could there be more fireworks from the official visit weekend? It is very possible.

Moise was joined by K-State commits Dillon Duff, Weston Polk and Will Kemna on his official visit (fourth commit Martel Jackson also visited). Other prospects in Manhattan included Jackson Blackwell, Cameron Jamerson, Leo Almanza, Dalton Knapp, Andrew Williams and Lucas Allgeyer.

To be honest, it was a pretty open and shut recruitment for Kansas State. K-State offered Moise in March after he took an unofficial visit during the Spring. Shortly after the visit, he scheduled an official visit to Kansas State for June 21-23.

However, he wanted to join the Wildcats’ 2025 class so bad that he re-scheduled his Manhattan trip for June 7-9 to secure his spot. Moise told KSO in the Spring he was hoping he would get the feeling of being home on the official visit. Mission accomplished.

It is another strong recruiting win for K-State wide receivers coach Matthew Middleton.

Moise picked K-State over Power Four offers from Boston College, Indiana, Kansas, UCF, Pittsburgh and West Virginia. His relationship with Middleton is what pushed the Wildcats over the edge of other schools. It is not believed Moise had any other official visits scheduled.

Overall, he is commitment No. 5 for the Wildcats and joins Duff, Polk, Jackson and Kemna. He is also the first wide receiver to commit in the 2025 class for Kansas State and the first Florida native to make their verbal pledge to K-State.

Moise has not yet been ranked by On3.

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