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What I'm hearing: Kansas State rising for defensive targets

On3 imageby:Derek Young05/31/24


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, such as the latest on Kentucky big man transfer Ugonna Onyenso.

K-State is clearly involved, but who else is involved? How much of a factor is North Carolina expected to be moving forward? Are there any visit plans on tap? We provide a summary of his recruitment and where it’s headed.

LINK: Contenders and visit plans for Onyenso

Camp season began in Manhattan on Thursday evening. While a few coaches have left the Kansas State campus to check out a handful of prospects at satellite camps in some of their favorite recruiting territories, the Wildcats held an event of their own that warranted 14 (!!!) new offers.

But official visits will be under way this weekend as well. Several are slated to make it to Manhattan over the next few weeks. We discuss two safety targets for the Wildcats and why Joe Klanderman and company could nab them.

LINK: K-State rising for two defensive backs

We have seen the new football players arrive on the Kansas State campus and move in, including some of the newest junior college additions. The basketball roster will soon assemble in Manhattan as well, and we celebrate that with a fun tidbit about signee David Castillo.

LINK: Exciting news about Castillo

We provide a hint of what is inside below.

  • Update on where it stands between K-State and Onyenso.
  • Two safeties high on the Wildcats.
  • The word on Kansas State signee David Castillo.

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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