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Recruiting Scoop: Surprise Kansas State visitors

On3 imageby:Derek Young06/22/24


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It’s been a good month on the recruiting trail. K-State has already secured seven commits this month – most recently linebacker Maguire Richman of Kansas City and safety Dominic Mitchell of Arizona – and more could be on the way.

How soon can they secure No. 8 for the month? That remains to be seen. But they do have some work left at safety. Mitchell is the lone addition for now, Jayden Bradley won’t visit this month, Leo Almanza picked Baylor and West Virginia swiped Serious Stinyard.

What happens next?

LINK: Kansas State plan at safety

Another visit weekend is currently transpiring at K-State. We know about five-star tight end Linkon Cure, running back target Monterrio Elston and in-state offensive lineman Keiton Jones. But two others will be traveling to Manhattan to see the Wildcats.

LINK: Two surprise Kansas State visitors

The Wildcats already have their quarterback in the 2025 cycle. Following up Avery Johnson and Blake Barnett for K-State is Dillon Duff of St. Louis. But Matt Wells and company are already searching for the guy in the Class of 2026.

One is emerging.

LINK: 2026 quarterback target to know

We also provide a hint of what is inside below.

  • Two surprise visitors.
  • Kansas State efforts to address safety.
  • Update on K-State target Jayden Bradley.
  • Latest on 2026 quarterback chase.

That is just a taste of what can be found in our Kansas State recruiting content on a weekly basis throughout the calendar year. There has never been a better time to join the largest community of K-State fans on the internet that converse and discuss the Wildcats on a daily basis.

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