It’s time for another K-State Q&A, so let’s jump right into your questions.
Thanks, as always, for asking them.
@KellisRobinett for the blog…. Did the football signing day fill the needs from those who graduated ?
— Larry Ross (@BowTieMetal) February 7, 2014
Yes, for the most part. K-State’s main losses to graduation are Ty Zimmerman, Cornelius Lucas, Blake Slaughter, John Hubert, Tre Walker, Tramaine Thompson and Tavon Rooks. That means the Wildcats will need someone new to step up at safety, linebacker, running back, wide receiver and on the offensive line. Zimmerman, a four-year starter, will be hard to replace at safety. K-State didn’t sign any junior-college players at that position. Replacing Hubert will also be difficult. He dominated K-State’s backfield for three years, and he has no proven backup. Dalvin Warmack appears promising, but how often do true freshmen start under Bill Snyder? The Wildcats will likely turn to players already in the program to fill those spots.