"I can't remember the exact date, but I visited right before the Christmas break," Dahrnaz Tigner said from Pompano Beach-Blanche-Ely, (Fla.). "It was real nice. I really didn't expect it. A lot of people told me that Kansas was boring, but the players showed me the town it was really nice. I had a great time. My player host was Joshua Moore, and he is from my high school Blanch Ely."
"The trip was interesting. I talked to all the coaches. They are talking about playing me on both sides of the ball. They said with my size and speed they wanted me at free safety, possibly linebacker later on and wide receiver."
When asked his thoughts of playing both ways, the Kansas State verbal replied, "I think it will be an interesting change. I have never played wide receiver."
The Scout.com two-star safety is committed to the Wildcats, but an official visit has been scheduled to another school as well.
"I have a visit set up to visit Hampton on Jan 19, but after seeing Kansas State I am pretty sure I will not take the visit," Tigner said. "I set it up before I visited [Kansas State]. Right now, my family really wants me to take the visit. They said it will be a good vacation, and I should go. Right now, I am on Kansas State."
Tigner put up impressive numbers for his senior season as he added, "I had 43 solo tackles, 62 assisted tackles, 12 knockdowns, five interceptions, five fumble recoveries, two forced fumbles and three tackles for loss."