Although the Cats have gone to Florida and recruited players from the sunshine state in the past, the trend will not continue with Chamberlain RB prospect Jordan Wilson.
"Kansas State does not have a seat to sit on with me. I committed to Middle Tennessee on my birthday actually and am set to go there and play my ball," Wilson told KStateFans.
Wilson, who was brought in for an official visit in late-January, said the Cats never extended an offer and so he looked elsewhere.
"Well I thought they would offer me on my visit and that did not happen so I just opened things up and Middle Tennessee is where I decided to go."
Wilson, who says he is a bit perplexed as to why the Cats did not offer him, says that Coach Smith called and left him a message letting him know that Kansas State was going in a different direction.
"Well, Coach Smith called me up and left me a message on my answering machine telling me that they were not going to offer and that they had given the scholarship to a wide receiver," said Wilson moments after signing his letter of intent to Middle Tennessee.
KStateFans also spoke with Wilson's head coach in regards to the recruiting process minutes after Wilson signed.
"He really liked Kansas State and to tell you the truth had they faxed over a LOI this morning Jordan would have signed with them. I know they had to use that scholarship elsewhere but Jordan really liked his trip and we were hoping something would come through for him this morning but nothing did and he just signed his letter-of-intent to attend Middle Tennessee."
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