Oklahoma City (OK) Millwood defensive end Josh Little added another offer recently to his collection. He already had offers from Arkansas State, Iowa State, Memphis, Purdue, Texas State, Tulsa, Washington State, and Wyoming, but now Kansas State has joined the mix.
The Wildcats pulled the trigger on extending a scholarship to Little after an outstanding camp performance in Manhattan.
"It's real exciting," said Little of the offer. "I'm glad the coaches liked my performance."
The Wildcat staff heaped strong praise on Little afterwards. He shared that conversation.
"They said that they enjoyed working with me and that I did well," Little explained. "They were impressed with how I performed. They gave me some tips to leave with in how to keep expanding my game."
"The coaches there also said that nobody at my position compared to how I performed for them in all the camps they've had so far," he added. "They're going to be in touch and they said they won't stop trying to get me in Manhattan."
Little is also aware of the Kansas State program and will keep them high in consideration moving forward.
"It seems like a great program," he noted. "There's more I need to learn, still. From what I can tell, they take care of work there. They have a winning tradition and a staff that has had a lot of success."
Kansas State Offers Little
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