When D.J. Reed joined the Kansas State Wildcats last year, few expected him to do more than add secondary depth. Yet he ended up starting 13 games, making 75 tackles and three interceptions while defending 16 passes.
The Kansas State Wildcats football team picked up a pair of commitments on defense following some weekend visits -- Atlanta defensive back E.J. Thomas and Arlington, Texas defensive end Spencer Trussell.
You’ve got Kansas State questions. Beat writer Kellis Robinett has answers. This week’s edition of K-State Q&A features Bill Snyder’s decision to eat three meals a day and some predictions for the upcoming football season.
Instead of relying on D.J. Johnson to fight for rebounds, the Kansas State Wildcats will look to newcomers Nigel Shadd, Levi Stockard, Makol Mawien and Mawdo Sallah to get the job done inside next season.