Kansas State football’s 2020 recruiting class grew by one Monday.

A day after receiving an offer from the Wildcats following a camp, in-state prospect Talor Warner committed. Warner, a lineman from Gardner-Edgerton High in Gardner, announced his decision on his personal Twitter account. After thanking his family, friends, teammates and others for supporting him through the “somewhat stressful period” of the recruiting process, he brought it to a close.

“After a great conversation with the coaching staff and the people close to me,” Warner wrote, “I have decided to stay home and continue my academic and athletic career at Kansas State University!”

Warner has yet to receive a star rating from either Rivals or 247Sports.

An all-state selection in Class 6A as a junior last season, Warner is the seventh commit in the 2020 cycle for the Wildcats. He joins a group that includes defensive end Nate Matlack, tight end Christian Moore, athlete Makholven Sonn, star Manhattan High offensive lineman Sam Shields and running backs Chris “Deuce” Vaughn and Keyon Mozee.

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