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K-State offers Dimel

By The Mercury

Not surprisingly, Manhattan High’s Winston Dimel has received a scholarship offer from Kansas State to play football.

The junior’s recruitment is being handled by Sean Snyder, not his father, Dana Dimel, who co-coordinates the offense for the Wildcats.

After missing time with injury, Winston Dimel was a solid contributor for the Indians this fall, playing mostly tight end while proving to be one of quarterback Jacob Holloway’s most reliable targets.

At 6-foot-1, 220 pounds, he was also a handful to block in the Indian running game.

K-State is the first to offer Dimel, who will look to balance offers received from other top schools despite the obvious connection to the Wildcats.

Dimel was honorable mention All-State at tight end this year, while also helping Tim Brooks and the Indian basketball team this winter.

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