Missing K-State player Sam Harvill found in ‘good physical condition’

A multi-day search for Sam Harvill came to an end when he was located on Fort Riley Military Installation grounds shortly after midnight on Saturday.

Fort Riley personnel found Harvill and his vehicle and conducted a routine check. A news release issued by Riley County Police indicated he was found in “good condition and required no immediate assistance.”

When they discovered he had been reported missing, his next of kin was notified and Riley County Police canceled its attempt to locate Harvill. They began searching for him when his mother reported he hadn’t been seen since 1:30 p.m. Wednesday.

Harvill was considered a member of the Kansas State football team earlier in the week, but a team spokesman said he was no longer part of the program on Saturday. His future with the Wildcats is not certain, but he has not been listed on the roster since spring practices ended.

Harvill came to K-State from Springdale, Ark., last summer. He was practicing with the team but was injured and did not play in any games.