From The Couch – K-State Basketball Program Overhaul Continues And A Smorgasbord Of K-State Sports News

From The Couch – K-State Basketball Program Overhaul Continues And A Smorgasbord Of K-State Sports News

Three more players from the K-State basketball program entered the transfer portal today, leaving just three scholarship players (Markquis Nowell, Ish Massoud, and Logan Landers) on the roster. It’s been quite a chore to keep up with the constant influx of news regarding K-State football and basketball recruiting and all of the transfers, so I’ve tried to compile all of the latest here. Here we go….

JM: Edwards never played for K-State, as he was out for the season with an injury.

JM: Ezeagu didn’t play much this last season, averaging 12.6 minutes and 4.2 points per game. When I heard this news, I thought “well, at least we still have Davion Bradford.” Then this news hit..

JM: Well, so much for that. The departure of these three players leaves Jerome Tang with three scholarship players. The new staff has a LOT of work to do to fill the roster. There has been plenty of activity so far….

JM: K-State is on Will Richard’s list of schools he is considering, but it’s quite a list of good basketball schools. Ohio State, Tennessee, Texas, LSU, etc. This would be quite a get for Jerome Tang and staff.

JM: Blocker is a four-state point guard in the class of 2023. He won’t be able to help this fall, obviously, but it’s a good sign that he’s taking a visit to Manhattan.

JM: Toussiant averaged 4.3 points per game for the Hawkeyes last season.

JM: K-State made Roberts’ top 10 school list. The junior averaged 14.4 points per game last season.

JM: Hubbard is a four-star point guard in the class of 2023.

JM: One thing is now for sure. K-State should be an attractive destination for anyone in the transfer portal if they’re looking for playing time!

JM: It was nice to see Bob Huggins announced as an inductee into the basketball hall of fame. Quite an honor for the “Huggy Bear.” Too bad he only coached K-State one season. Sometimes I wonder what could have been had he stayed.

JM: Parrish coached K-State from 1986 to 1988, preceding Bill Snyder. My condolences to his friends and family.

JM: Dylan Edwards would be a huge get for Chris Klieman. It looks like both Oklahoma and K-State are high on his list.

JM: Edwards is really good friends with quarterback recruit Avery Johnson. Could they be a package deal? Edwards seems to deny that they are, but I’m sure they wouldn’t mind playing together.

JM: Bradley is from Platte City, Mo, and is a class of 2023 commit. It would be a good sign if Chris Klieman can land a player of this caliber.

JM: A new K-State all-time home run leader deserves mention here. Congratulations to Dylan Phillips.

JM: I love Reggie Stubblefield. His love of K-State is very real and genuine.

JM: I’ve got to admit I was a little bit surprised to see that Mark Smith won the college all-star game MVP. Congratulations to Mark on a great game.

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