Shavers, a 6-foot-4 245 defensive end from Allen High, has K-State in his top five, one of seven programs to have already offered.
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"Their defense is always one of the best in the nation and they have sent a lot of guys from the defensive line to the next level," said Shavers, who plans to visit K-State May 1, the weekend of the annual spring game. "I think that can be a great advantage in going there, to a school like that, that know how to prepare its players for the next level."
"I don't know a lot about them yet, but I'll find out more when I get there."
Prying such a highly rated recruit in Shavers from his home-state doesn't appear to a difficult task, as of now.
"Distance isn't really a problem for me," said Shavers, who runs a 4.90 40 yards. "I'm not looking at that as a factor. I want to go to a place where I feel comfortable at, if I have a good feeling there, like it, and know I can succeed."
Shavers is a pass-rushing defensive end that intends to be in the size range of 255-260 pounds by the time he steps foot on a college campus as a freshman. But for now, it's becoming more flexible that has Shavers' interest.
"I lift a lot, run a lot, but I haven't been into the stretching as much," he said. "That's what I want to focus on right now. I'm working on it a couple times a week. That's going to be huge for me, for a lot of reasons, preventing injuries, and becoming faster when I start adding weight."