The Kansas State football team stayed relatively close to home to pick up its third verbal commitment of the 2015 recruiting class on Sunday.
Adam Holtorf — a 6-foot-4, 271-pound defensive tackle from Seward, Neb., — announced his decision to attend K-State on Twitter Sunday night.
“I have officially committed to play football at Kansas State!” he wrote. “I’m truly blessed and excited to become a Wildcat! #EMAW.”
Holtorf reportedly also has offers from Ohio, Holy Cross, Harvard, Yale, Illinois State, North Dakota State, Liberty, Western Michigan and Wyoming.
The two-star high school senior-to-be had 69 tackles — including 14 for loss — to go along with five sacks and interception last season as a junior.
Holtorf joins a recruiting class that also includes dynamic Hays High quarterback Alex Delton and Stone Mountain, Ga., wide receiver Isaiah Zuber — both three-star prospects according to Rivals.com.