He's a big, fast, strong wide receiver—exactly what many of the Big 12 programs are looking for, in the same mold of James Terry and Roy Williams who could go up over the top of the smaller defensive backs.
And the good news for K-State fans is that the 6-foot-2 200
pound Andrew Richards thoroughly enjoyed his visit to
"I got to meet a lot of people there," said the Keller,
However, K-State isn't the only school Richards has his eye
"I want to take advantage of this summer and get out there on some visits and go to some camps," said Richards, who runs a 4.46 40-yards. "I want to make sure I make the right decision in the end. I really want to go somewhere that wants me. I like that, hearing from the coaches, knowing that they are really interested in having me become a part of their program."
But while Richards expects his recruitment to go all the way to February, his main goal is to just have a good senior season.
"I think some guys who commit too early sometimes think there isn't anything to play for their senior seasons," said Richards, who had 33 receptions for 423 yards and eight touchdowns last season. "I don't want to focus so much on this stuff and give the attention to my teammates next year. I want to make it back to the playoffs next season. That's my real goal right now."
Richards, who plans to take part in camps at