Bryce Brown had a solid public debut in a Kansas State uniform over the weekend. During the Wildcats’ spring game, the sophomore running back rushed for 73 yards and two touchdowns on 13 attempts. He also returned three kicks for 45 yards and looked good with the ball in open space.
At times, he used his strength and moved like Daniel Thomas. At others, he used his speed and darted up field like William Powell. The former high school All-American at Wichita East and Tennessee transfer clearly has a wide skill set, and he’s looking forward to showing that off further next season.
After injuring his left ankle at the beginning of spring practices, he was not at full strength on Saturday. Getting healthy is his No. 1 goal heading into the fall.
He said that will help him, “Get faster. That’s what my game is about: speed.” (more…)
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