K-State lands five recruits in one day

It will go down as one of the most memorable days in the recent history of Kansas State recruiting.

On Saturday the Wildcats picked up five verbal commitments for its 2014 recruiting class, bringing their overall total to 12. That is an unusually large number for K-State considering it is still only late July. Bill Snyder usually likes to wait to offer scholarships and picks up commitments later than most programs.

That certainly isn’t the case this year.

Here is a look at the five high school football players that committed to K-State on Saturday:

Kaleb Prewett
A two-star defensive back from Blue Springs, he has been waiting on a K-State offer for quite some time. He didn’t hesitate once he got it, and announced his commitment almost immediately. Prewett will join Blue Springs teammates Elijah Lee and Dalvin Warmack in Manhattan. He chose K-State over Missouri, New Mexico and Northern Illinois.

Dominique Heath
A two-star wide receiver from Huntersville, N.C., he chose K-State over Appalachian State, Charlotte, Old Dominion and Youngstown State.

Michael Stevens
Stevens picked K-State over Kentucky, Charlotte and Appalachian State. He is a two-star defensive back from Charlotte.

Kendall Adams
You can never sign too many players from Texas. Adams, a two-star defensive back from Fort Worth, chose K-State over Louisiana Tech.

T.L. Ford
The two-star wide receiver from Cartersville, Ga., made it five late Saturday night for the Wildcats. He chose K-State over Cincinnati, Central Florida, Southern Mississippi and others.