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The nicest thing about Chris Klieman’s acquisition of perhaps his biggest recruit in the Class of 2025 is that the prospect picked the Wildcats over the Jayhawks.

Over the course of the holiday week, five-star recruit Linkon Cure announced his college selection. The native of Goodland, Kansas, went with the purple and white of the Wildcats instead of the red and blue of the Jayhawks.

As a highly recruited tight end in the Class of 2025, Cure had selected Texas A&M, Kansas State, Kansas, and Oregon as his final four options. Cure’s promise is the highest for Kansas State since the 2021 commitment of quarterback Jake Rubley, who was ranked No. 28. The native of Goodland is ranked 64th in the 2025 ESPN 300.

With Ben Sinnott departing the Wildcats this past season, Cure, the No. 2 tight end in the nation, will arrive at a perfect moment. Klieman will be pleased to have a young, gifted tight end joining the team the following season.

The 6-foot-6 prospect will spend the next four years in Manhattan, which is a little over four hours away from his hometown of Goodland, Kansas, a little hamlet on the western side of the state. Cure visited all four colleges on official business, but it wasn’t until he had an intensely emotional chat with Klieman early in the morning on his official tour that Cure decided he wanted to be a Wildcat.

Leyton Cure, Cure’s older brother, plays tight end at Kansas, so the Cure family’s home will be divided. Cure’s sophomore year of high school was cut short by a hamstring injury that limited him to playing in only four games. But in his junior year, he returned with a bang, hauling in 42 passes for 946 yards and 14 touchdowns.

In addition to his accomplishments on the football field, Cure excels in other sports. He has won three state titles as a track and field hurdler and assisted in guiding the Goodland men’s basketball team to the 2024 state championship game.

The June pledges of two four-star players, offensive tackle Brock Heath and wide out Adonis Moise, demonstrate Klieman’s dedication to developing for the future.


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