There are no offers on the table for Eddrick
Gilmore yet, but
Gilmore's father, Eddie, played defensive tackle at
"My parents want me to go there," he said. "I understand
that and I like
Gilmore, who played also played offensive tackle this
season, plans to attend summer camps at
As for K-State, its winning tradition and aggressive defense is what caught Gilmore's attention in the early stages.
"I haven't been to their campus, but I've heard a lot of nice things about it," he said. "They're quick to the ball, play as a team on defense and are always in position to something in the Big 12."
Gilmore, who has a 2.9 GPA will play d-end and tight end as a senior. He's hoping to have a better summer conditioning program than last summer when he had knee surgery.
"I was okay," said Gilmore, who has a 4.80 40-yards and hopes to be at least 240 pounds when he enters college. "But now, I want to be able to work on getting faster. I'm working hard right now and playing baseball this spring. I should be in good shape going into next season."
Gilmore attends the same school as defensive tackle Vince Oghobaase,