Harrison Creed, an offensive lineman from Ulysses, orally committed to Kansas State on Wednesday.
The 6-foot-5, 310 pound blocker announced his college decision on Twitter.
“I have decided to commit to Kansas State University to further my athletic and academic career,” Creed wrote. “I want to thank my family, and coaches for all the support through it all. I especially want to thank my father God for giving me the size and ability to play this game at the next level. I am truly blessed and can’t wait to achieve great things in the future.”
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Creed played predominantly right guard for Ulysses last season.
He is the third known member of K-State’s 2017 recruiting class. Creed joins Tecumseh defensive end Wyatt Hubert and Memphis, Tenn. quarterback Dewayne Betts.
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