Cyril Obiozor's decision is made up, but he's not announcing until later this week. And unfortunately, the 6-foot-3 233 pound and two-star defensive end won't be a Wildcat.
Playing time at K-State got a little thinner two weeks ago
when McCollins Umeh committed. Umeh, from
Obiozor, who said the Wildcats were in the running until three weeks ago before his visit to A&M, likes the Cowboys because it's a program on the rise and they have an immediate need for ends.
"I like what they're doing there," he said. "I know they have a real need for defensive linemen and they're starting to turn around the program and win big games."
The interest the
"They're going to be a lot better in the future I think," he said. "It's been tough there lately, but they have good tradition and a great coaching staff."