Jacob Pullen and Steve Henson are separated by more than 20 years in age, but they hold at least two things in common: They will both be at the Sprint Center tonight, and both are record-setting Kansas State basketball players.
Henson, now an assistant coach with UNLV, played at K-State from 1986-90, and is the Wildcats’ career leader in steals with 190. Not that long ago, he also held the Wildcats’ record for made three-pointers with 240.
But Pullen, a senior guard, passed him earlier this season against Emporia State and has now made 246 outside shots. It’s only a matter of time before he also overtakes Henson in steals. He currently has 182 to his name.