Kansas State football coach Bill Snyder won’t provide a public depth chart until late August, but now that the Wildcats have played their spring game we can make an educated guess at what it currently looks like.
The Kansas State football team will hold its annual spring game at 1:10 p.m. Saturday at Snyder Family Stadium. Tickets are $5. The game will not be televised, but it can be viewed online through K-State’s athletic website. Here are five things to watch.
Amaad Wainright, a 6-foot-4, 200-pound sophomore from Trinity Valley Community College in Athens, Texas, orally committed to the Wildcats after averaging 14.2 points, 4.5 rebounds and 3.7 assists last season.
Skylar Thompson, a redshirt freshman quarterback, arrived at Kansas State with considerable recruiting hype as one of the nation’s top 250 prospects, and he has lived up to that billing during his short time on campus.
Former K-State forward Jordan Henriquez is working to increase interest in K-State’s alumni team, Purple and Black, which is once again preparing to make a run at $2 million at The Basketball Tournament this summer.