Patton, who signed with K-State this winter, just took the ACT for the final time Saturday, his final attempt to be able to join the Wildcats in time for the upcoming season. Reports indicate that Patton has a back-up plan-- to attend Dodge City Community College, where a letter of intent has already been received.
Quarterback or wide receiver? That's a decision Todd Walker has already made, but yet still a decision that could be made for him in the future. That being said, Walker wants to be a quarterback, and so does K-State, as of now.
Nick Patton is almost one step closer to Manhattan. He still needs to qualify and is set to take the ACT again in April but is "not worried."
Kansas State put together the number seven ranked class in the Big 12 Conference, but by all means was another class that will help Kansas State compete for Big 12 Championships. TheInsiders.com's Josh Clark takes a closer look in examining the Class of 2004.
February 6, 2004
Kansas State announced its class of 2004 Wednesday. The class, 26-strong, includes 18 incoming freshmen and eight junior college transfers. Four-star commits, quarterback Nick Patton and offensive lineman Matt Boss highlight the class.
February 4, 2004
Nick Patton discusses his often talked about personality on and off the field and why he isn't going to the University of Kansas.
January 9, 2004
KSU quarterback commit Nick Patton talks about the Wildcats and his attempts to qualify acedemically in Part one of a two part series.
January 8, 2004