DONE DEAL: Just In Kansas State Wildcats Football Head Coach Just Confirm The Signing Of Another Top Sensational Superstar From….

The Kansas State football team’s 2025 recruiting class now includes a few local players. Blue Valley native Maguire Richman, a 6-foot-2, 200-pound linebacker, declared on social media on Wednesday that he would be joining the Wildcats.

Mason, his older brother, is a starting offensive lineman at Iowa University, a Big Ten school, but Mason, a three-star prospect, preferred the Wildcats. Additionally, Richman received scholarship offers from Wyoming, Memphis, North Dakota State, Toledo, and Tulsa. Richman visited Manhattan on an official recruiting visit, and K-State was able to secure his services.

His dedication is just one more recruiting win for the Wildcats, who have been bringing in prospects like crazy this month. With Richman joining the team, K-State will have nine recruits in its 2025 class. Derby defensive back Martel Jackson is the other Sunflower State native in the group. He is the second prospect from that state.

This is how the entire recruiting class appears:

Will Kemna (Jefferson City), Jackson, Maguire, defensive end Sawyer Schilke (Kearney, Nebraska), defensive end Dalton Knapp (Grapevine, Texas), defensive back JoJo Scott (Lakeland, Florida), linebacker Weston Polk (Coppell, Texas), quarterback Dillon Duff (St. Louis), and wide receiver Adonis Moise (Ellenton, Florida) are the players listed.


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