K-State football adds DT commitment

By Joshua Kinder

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.

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