Of all the position battles on Kansas State’s football team this preseason, the fight for starting cornerback might have been the most competitive.
With Joshua Moore’s departure to the NFL, that part of the secondary was left wide open. Terrance Sweeney, Stephen Harrison, David Garrett, Matthew Pearson and Troy Butler all were in the mix.
According to the first depth chart of the season, Sweeney and Harrison won the two starting spots. But until they prove themselves in games, they will share playing time with the other three.
“Sweeney and Harrison will play out there and Garrett will get some time as well,” K-State coach Bill Snyder said. “We feel comfortable that we are two deep there at the cornerback spot and maybe not quite two deep at the safety spot. Read More