OFFICIAL News: Kansas State Wildcats Football Just Confirm The Signing Of Fans Favorite Top Experienced Star Player…

Another defensive player has been added to the Kansas State football team’s 2025 recruiting class. The 6-foot-5, 225-pound edge rusher from Grapevine, Texas, Dalton Knapp, declared on social media on Thursday that he would be joining the Wildcats.

Both 247Sports and Rivals rate him as a three-star recruit. He selected K-State over Utah, Houston, and Kansas, three other Big 12 schools. He was offered scholarships by numerous other universities, such as Boise State, Oregon State, Washington State, and Arkansas State. Knapp chose K-State without delay.

He committed to coach Chris Klieman and the Wildcats a few days after spending the weekend in Manhattan on a recruiting visit.

He was locked in with K-State, but he had previously planned additional recruiting trips to Kansas and Boise State for later this month. Lately, the Wildcats have had great success recruiting. Knapp is the fourth player to commit to K-State in the last week, bringing the total number of high school recruits for the Wildcats in 2025 to six. Throughout the upcoming weeks, that group ought to keep expanding. For the time being, however, Knapp becomes a member of a group that also includes wide receiver Adonis Moise of IMG Academy, defensive back Martel Jackson of Derby, offensive lineman Will Kemna of Jefferson City, quarterback Dillon Duff of St.

Louis, and linebacker Weston Polk of Coppell, Texas.

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