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What I'm hearing: Confidence meter on Kansas State targets

On3 imageby:Derek Young06/25/24


What we’re hearing on Kansas State (in terms of inside intel) is relegated to our message board at KSO but still spills out the best information on the Wildcats in the market. This week’s feature is centered solely on the football recruiting efforts during June.

A decision went down today not in favor of K-State. Though they have added cornerbacks Martel Jackson and JoJo Scott, another chose to go elsewhere when Cameron Jamerson picked TCU over the Wildcats.

We explain the reasoning behind that decision.

LINK: Why Jamerson will be a Horned Frog

Two defensive linemen being chased by Kansas State are from the Dakotas. Shawn Hammerbeck hails from South Dakota and Kade Pietrzak from North Dakota. Hammerbeck visited K-State, Texas Tech and Nebraska this month. Pietrzak saw Kansas State, Wisconsin, Nebraska and Oklahoma.

Most, including KSO, though Pietrzak was going to be a Sooner and nearly didn’t visit Manhattan. Which way are the winds swirling now that he made his stop at Kansas State? Have the Wildcats changed the momentum?

LINK: Has K-State cracked the door for Pietrzak?

The recruitment of Hammerbeck has been a quieter one. Nobody seems to know which way he’s thinking at this point. Making matters more complicated to decipher is that some want him along the offensive line and others on the defensive line.

We explain how that could impact his choice.

LINK: Inside Hammerbeck’s upcoming choice

And that isn’t all. It’s a jam-packed feature this week. We dig into three prospects on the verge of making a college choice and divulge our confidence about where K-State stands on each one. Will the Wildcats go three for three?

LINK: Confidence about the Kansas State position for three targets

We provide a hint of what is inside below.

  • Three targets where we feel good about where K-State stands.
  • Latest on linemen Shawn Hammerbeck and Kade Pietrzak.
  • Why Kansas State came up short on Jamerson.

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

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