It's down to two for western
Though while first appearing as a hidden gem, Alstatt is
starting to garner a lot of attention from
A middle linebacker and fullback for Hays High, Alstatt is
being sought after by K-State to play tight end or H-back on offense or
defensive end on defense.
"Whatever I can do," he said. "I'm willing to do anything and play any position that would get me on the field the fastest."
The Wildcats, which Alstatt will visit Jan. 30, came through
with an offer just before the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl. K-State's Joe Bob Clements
visited Alstatt this week and plans to make another next week. However,
Alstatt likes K-State because of its proximity to home and its winning ways in recent years.
"They're the best in-state team, a top 10 program every
year," he said. "I have family in
But going to
"They're building something there and I could go there and get away," he said. "I think I might be able to play a little earlier there too. I like a lot about them and the direction their program is going."
Alstatt, who had over 1,000 yards rushing this season, said his best asset is his athleticism.
"I may not be the fastest or the strongest guy out there, but I can do a lot of different things," said Alstatt who runs a 4.60 40 meters. "I can catch the ball, block, and I make good decisions, offense or defense."