GOOD NEWS: Just In Kansas State Wildcats Confirm To Reached Agreement With Blue Valley For Another Top Experienced Star…..

In terms of recruiting, Chris Klieman and the Kansas State football team have achieved a significant win.

Blue Valley Northwest’s 6-foot-5, 258-pound offensive lineman Brock Heath declared on social media on Thursday that he would be joining the Wildcats.

Given the fierce competition K-State faced in luring Heath, his commitment is significant. He passed over numerous schools, including Baylor, Arkansas, Iowa State, Kansas, Northwestern, Nebraska, Michigan State, and Missouri, in favor of K-State.

On3 and ESPN both rank Heath as a four-star recruit. At Rivals and 247sports, he is rated as a three-star recruit. He is ranked No. 286 nationally by On3, and No.

7 in the Sunflower State, according to On3.

Recent recruiting success for K-State has been in the Kansas City region; last week, the team signed three-star linebacker Maguire Richman from Blue Valley.

With Heath joining the team, the Wildcats will have three in-state prospects in their class of 2025 recruits. If Goodland native and five-star tight end Linkon Cure chooses to wear purple at any point this summer, that number may increase in the near future. Eleven prospects in the 2025 class have committed to the Wildcats overall. Heath is currently the club’s highest-rated member.


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