Kansas State picked up a commitment from Evan Curl, a two-star offensive tackle from Flower Mound, Texas, on Tuesday. He is the 15th known member of the Wildcats’ 2015 recruiting class.
Curl chose K-State over a host of other schools, including Iowa State, BYU, UTEP and Tulsa. He announced his commitment on Twitter.
Reggie Walker, a linebacker from Ponchatoula, La., recently gave a verbal committment to K-State, telling Bill Snyder’s staff that he wanted to play for the Wildcats on Monday night.
K-State also landed a commitment from an in-state football player Tuesday when Kyle Ball, a defensive end from Shawnee Mission East, chose the Wildcats over interest from Kansas, Air Force and South Dakota.
Ball announced his decision on Twitter, saying he accepted a greyshirt scholarship, meaning he will delay enrolling at K-State for a semester and arrive on campus as a member of the 2016 recruiting class.