Kansas State got some welcome news on the recruiting front Monday when Tre Bryant, a high school running back from St. Louis, orally committed to the Wildcats.
Bryant is a 5-foot-10, 198-pound prospect. Recruiting services have labeled him a three-star recruit, and Rivals ranks him as Missouri’s 14th best player in the 2016 class. He chose K-State over Kansas, Missouri, Minnesota, Syracuse, Northwestern, Vanderbilt and others.
He announced his decision on Twitter, writing, “After much deliberation I am excited to announce that will continue my career as a student athlete at Kansas State University!”
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Bryant will add depth to K-State’s running backs corps as the Wildcats search for their next featured ball-carrier.
He is the fourth member of K-State’s 2016 recruiting class, joining quarterback Skylar Thompson, tight end Nick Lenners and receivers D.J. Render and Corey Sutton.