Last weekend the Wildcats hosted a bevy of recruits and current Wildcat commits in Manhattan and the result was commits and many decisions forthcoming.
With the commitments of Mackenzie Rosel and Reggie Walker to the Cats- KStateFans.com up with Tyrell Graham- another talented linebacker looking at K-State.
Houston Yates linebacker Graham is another talented and speedy linebacker that Kansas State brought into Manhattan last weekend in an effort to recruit to a specific recruiting need for the Cats.
At 6-foot-4 and 205 pounds, Graham has the height and frame to grow into a linebacking spot at K-State. With the commitments of Rosel and Walker, many are left wondering where Graham falls in the mix.
"Kansas State - well they have not contacted me since my trip to there last weekend," Graham said. "I am not really sure what that says but I know that they said they were going to keep recruiting me and I did not commit or anything on my trip but when I left there- Kansas State was my top school."
In terms of who the current leaders for his services are, Graham - who had just wrapped up an in-home visit with Arkansas' new defensive coordinator Reggie Herring - listed Kansas State and Arkansas as dead even.
"Man, it is like this- when I left Kansas State- they were my team," Graham said. "They were at the top but now with Arkansas coming in here- it is tough to choose.
"Right now they are so close. If I had to choose I couldn't do it," Graham continued. "Right now they are both dead even. Really I could not pick between them but this visit has opened my eyes to some things. "
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