"I was very excited about the offer. I talked it over with my parents and my coach. We all knew it was the best decision for me. They said to go with it. I accepted the offer that night."
"I grew up liking K-State. It's just the way it has always been. I have always wanted to play there. It's a personal goal I always wanted to achieve."
The 6-foot-7, 285-pound prospect knows the position he prefers as he stated, "They recruited me as an offensive lineman. I told them I would like to play left tackle because that is always what I have played. I think that is where I will end up."
Douglas knows his strengths and what he hopes to improve.
"I feel like my kick step back and blocking a guy is my best attribute. I am trying to improve my speed and strength. I have made so much gain with my foot speed over the past year, and I want to keep getting better," he said.
"It's a lot of worry off my mind. I was getting worried because I didn't have any other offers. I have nothing to worry about. I can go out and kick ass my senior year. I have a place to go. It feels great. I am finished with all my visits."