There will be a wardrobe change in one
After pulling his commitment from NU in early December, the
two-star quarterback decided to go back to the recruiting trail and see if the
offer at K-State was still available. Following his visit to
"I've always liked
But for a homegrown Husker fan and former commit, the
complex and never-ending saga surrounding
"It was very difficult telling him of my decision," he said. "He's been good to me and understands why I made the decision I made. It's frustrating to a lot of people and to him. He doesn't even know about his job, so he understand why K-State was the best choice for me."
And with the quarterback situation wide-open next season, the 6-foot-1 200 pound signal caller said he intends to redshirt for now, but said he's going to do whatever he can to better himself by this summer and put himself into position to compete.
"I just want to help the team in whatever way I can," said Evridge who passed for 1400 yards and ran for another 600 this season. "I'm going to hit the weights and do anything I can to be ready for the fall. For now, (redshirting) that's the plan. I just want think I'll be better as a fifth year quarterback than a fourth year."
Evridge's verbal makes it the second quarterback to commit
to the Wildcats in a week. Nick Patton gave his verbal last Tuesday and
confirmed it at halftime of the Army All-America game Saturday. Redshirt
freshman Dylan Meier is the only quarterback on the Wildcat roster that has
attempted a pass at the college level. Allen Webb, the other KSU quarterback, played