July 28, 2006
Where are they?
Kansas State's 2006 recruiting class was the first for Coach Ron Prince. The class totaled 28 players, most who have already made their way to Manhattan and are taking part in the off-season workouts with the team.
Six players who signed in February were still working their way toward the Little Apple as summer school sessions began in July, but now know what their future holds for them.
Garden City (Kan.) Community College wide receiver Cedric Wilson, who will have three years of eligibility remaining at K-State, had to finish up some classes at Garden City before moving to Manhattan.
One of the top-rated junior college players to sign with the Wildcats was Fort Scott (Kan.) Community College defensive end Robert Jackson. The No. 76 ranked junior college prospect in the nation chose the Wildcats over offers from several BCS conference schools.
Jackson will arrive Sunday and looks forward to getting involved with his teammates.
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