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Offensive line transfer Colin Truett commits to Kansas State

On3 imageby:Derek Young06/08/24


Shame on us for thinking that Kansas State was finished in the transfer portal on the football side. Maybe they are now? The Wildcats landed the offensive lineman they’ve been searching for by adding Colin Truett of UT-Chattanooga.

Chris Klieman and company have been busy. K-State has added nine transfers since the finish of the 2023 regular season. Some have included contentious battles where the Wildcats have defeated several Power Four peers, too.

Truett adds to a Kansas State transfer crop that already included UConn quarterback transfer Ta’Quan Roberson, Colorado running back transfer Dylan Edwards, Ball State safety transfer Jordan Riley, Penn State receiver transfer Dante Cephas, North Dakota offensive line transfer Easton Kilty, New Mexico linebacker transfer Alec Marenco, Rice cornerback transfer Jordan Dunbar and Austin Peay defensive end transfer Travis Bates.

Truett is an Ohio native, just like myself. He will be in his seventh year of college football. Some redshirts and a year forgiven by Covid-19 means he has a year of eligibility remaining and he wants to take one crack at the Power Four level. He gives K-State a boost on the interior of the offensive line.

He was a four-year starter for UT-Chattanooga and was a two-time all-conference selection as well. So, it’s not just experience. It’s proven experience and at a high level. Truett joins Taylor Poitier, Sam Hecht, Hadley Panzer and Andrew Leingang as guys expected to contribute inside for Kansas State this season.

Truett picked the Wildcats after an official visit to Manhattan earlier in the week and was also being pursued by South Carolina.

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