The two-star signal caller from
"I just want to keep all my options open after the firing of coach (Frank) Solich," he said. "I don't want to close all the doors that were open to me before in case I don't fit into the new coaching staff's plans."
Evridge, a duel-threat QB, was first offered by the Wildcats this past summer and his interest in K-State hasn't faltered, especially since claiming the Big 12 Championship last week. KSU quarterbacks coach Del Miller is recruiting him.
"It's a top-notch program," said the 6-foot-1 200 pound
Evridge. "I knew going into the game that they had what it took to beat
Initially, Evridge's interest and eventual verbal to
"I really like the coaching staff at K-State," he said. "K-State's offense and style of play has always been a big draw for me. It's the type of offense that fits me perfectly because they run and pass so well."
However Evridge, who runs a 4.50 40-meters, has remained
close to the remaining staff at
"They came and talked to me at my school just after the
change and we visited for about an hour," he said. "They seem confident about
the future at
Evridge, who had 1,400 yards passing and another 600 rushing
this season, has another visit planned to