Kansas State picked up a big commitment when Wichita-Kapaun Mt. Carmel, Kansas quarterback Tysyn Hartman committed to the Wildcats. The Scout.com two-star signal caller made it official today when he signed his letter of intent to play for KSU.
"It feels great to get this over with," Tysyn Hartman said of signing his LOI. "This is what I have worked for half my life."
"The coaching staff is really young. They are really able to relate to what a lot of the young athletes are going through right now. They all have really high energy and are all very passionate about what they do."
Hartman passed for 928 yards and rushed for another 634 yards with 13 total touchdowns. Hartman recorded 62 tackles and one interception on defense. He was selected first-team All-State and All-City safety and second team All-State and All-City quarterback.
Hartman is obviously a star on both sides of the ball, and he knows the position he prefers on the next level.
"I want to play quarterback," he said. "The coaches said if I am third string I will redshirt. If I beat out the back-up now and I am second string, then they will not redshirt me."