Kansas City (KS) Piper prospect Colton Beebe continues to be tracked by several schools but no offers have rolled in to date. He was back in Manhattan again for the spring game and got another look at Kansas State.
"It was a good experience," he said. "I have basically seen everything there. It was great to see them play. I got to see how the offense and defense looked and was impressed."
With his several trips already to the Wildcat campus, Beebe shared what he is still able to gain about continuing to visit.
"Talking to the coaches more is valuable," he noted. "It's a chance to get a feel of how interested they are and what they feel and what they think. I learn something different every time. I'm able to talk to different coaches every time and become more comfortable. I get more experience of what it's like to be down there on campus."
He gave his overall thoughts on Kansas State.
"I'm pretty interested in them," Beebe admitted. "We'll have to see how everything evolves. It's one of the main offers I'd like to have. It's pretty high up there of one I want to get."
"The coaches stay in contact all the time," he added. "They want me to camp as a defensive end or defensive tackle. I play linebacker for my school but I'm going to try out as a defensive end at camp. I'll attend a satellite camp and I'm pretty sure I'll attend one on campus there as well."
Beebe also hopes to visit a couple other programs.
"I'm trying to get down to Arkansas," he stated. "I will see Minnesota this summer sometime. I'm not 100 percent sure of what I'm going to do yet, though."
He discussed his contact with both the Razorbacks and Gophers.
"Arkansas sends me a lot of stuff," Beebe revealed. "I've spoken with a few of their coaches. They really want me to come down there."
"Minnesota was in my school a week ago," he continued. "They want me to come and see the campus. I know they want me to perform in camp so they can see me first hand."
With Beebe projecting at a different position than what he's played in high school, it's important for schools to get a better view at him during a camp setting in person.
"A lot of schools want to see me at camp because they think I'd be best on the defensive line instead of linebacker in college," he pointed out. "I'm too big for linebacker since I'm already 6-foot-2 and 250 pounds."
Beebe Gets Another Look At Kansas State
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