Things have certainly changed in
Ritten, who had 40 receptions for 752 yards and seven
touchdowns last season in a wishbone offense, has
"I'm just getting started with it all right now," he said. "I'm getting weekly letters from schools, sending out tapes, and just really trying to let it all sink in. But for now, those are my three I'm really looking at."
Ritten attended the Husker spring game, but wasn't able to
Ritten is a tall, lanky receiver with good speed, capable of going over the top to make catches and able to outrun some in the straight-aways with his 6-foot-5 190 pound frame and 4.50 speed.
K-State's offensive schemes have caught Ritten's eye, citing the balance of rushing and passing.
"They can do it all and do it pretty well too," he said. "They come at you from all sides of their offense and can hurt you with any of it. I've heard a lot of good things about K-State and Coach (Bill) Snyder. They're always up there at the top."
Ritten, who plans to participate in the K-State and
There has also been some talk of adding some weight to Ritten and using him at tight end, but nothing he said was real serious-sounding just yet. Ritten said he does plan to work hard in the weight room this summer to work on his quickness off the line.
"I've got good speed to pull away from people," he said. "But it's the quickness off the line that I want to improve on."