No one on the Kansas State football team is looking forward to next week’s spring game more than Curry Sexton.
The freshman wide receiver, of Abilene, was a gigantic Wildcats fan growing up, and has attended games at Snyder Family Stadium for as long as he can remember.
After staying in the stands last season with a grayshirt, this will be Sexton’s first chance to get out on the field and play in front of the purple-clad fans he knows so well.
Earlier this week, Sexton, spoke at length about that topic and how he sees himself fitting in to K-State’s offense this coming season.
What will your emotions be during the spring game?
I definitely think it will be a nerve-wracking experience. Growing up since the age of 3 or 4, I’ve probably missed 10 home games. So it’s always been something I’ve dreamed of, but never really expected. So going out there, regardless of whether it’s in front of 15,000 or 20,000 fans, it’s going to be a rush and the start of a dream come true.