Looks like Saturday at Kansas State just got a little more interesting.
It’s the Big 12 opener against No. 6 Oklahoma for the men’s basketball team, and there will be a notable visitor in attendance at Bramlage Coliseum — East running back Bryce Brown.
Brown, who was recently named the U.S. Army Player of the Year and earned co-MVP honors in the 2009 U.S. Army All-American Bowl, will take an unofficial visit to Manhattan and meet with members of the K-State coaching staff, according to his adviser, Brian Butler.
Brown, who will be joined by father and Butler, has orally committed to Miami, but said last week in San Antonio that he was down to the Hurricanes and Oregon.
Now, Butler says a “few more schools” are involved, including K-State.
“It’s all business,” Butler said. “Things change. Why not take a look around? He’s the No. 1 player in the country. There’s no rush… Look at Terrelle Pryor last year with Ohio State.”
Asked if that meant Brown might not sign a letter of intent on Feb. 4 and take his time with a decision, Butler said, “That’s a possibility.”