"It was great," Mackenzie Rosel said, "I had a great time. They kept us busy, emphasized academics and did a little chalk talk."
At this time, the 6-2, 220-pounder said "K-State leads. It's pretty much K-State all the way with Oklahoma having a shot if they offer. I should know something by the end of the year."
The Wildcats are recruiting Rosel for the SAM linebacker position and if they land him, credit will go to KSU coach Clements who has been the primary recruiter...
The Midlands Hot 50 #45 had a former rival high school player doing the hosting in redshirt freshman TE Brett Alstatt.
"We got along great," Rosel said. "He's from Hays and we know each other well. He's a real nice guy and a lot of fun to be around."
The 2/3-star SAM linebacker prospect also got the opportunity for a little face time with the K-State head man Bill Snyder.
"He's a heckuva guy," Rosel shared. "Very understanding, very complimentary and you can tell that he loves that program up there, you can see it. He tells you how it is and doesn't hold anything back."
We'll keep you abreast on the Cats' No. 1 SAM target...
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