Kansas State football’s 2020 recruiting class is up to a dozen.

Houston defensive back Joseph “Jojo” Wilson became commit No. 12 Thursday, announcing his pledge to the Wildcats in a video posted to his personal Twitter account. After a series of highlights played and the word “committed” flashed on the screen, Wilson provided a voiceover at the end of the video.

“My name is ‘Jojo’ Wilson,” he said, “and I’m committed to Kansas State. Go Wildcats.”

A 6-foot-1, 178-pound defender, Wilson picked K-State over offers from in-state rival Kansas as well as Arizona, Oregon State and Houston.

Rivals and 247Sports both rate Wilson as a three-star prospect. The sites also ranked him among the top 150 players in Texas for 2020, with Rivals (113) slightly higher than 247Sports (144).

K-State’s dozen commits for 2020 are the most in the Big 12, one more than Oklahoma. Wilson is the fifth player in the 2020 class from Texas to commit to the Wildcats, and fourth in eight days. Half of K-State’s 12-member class have committed since June 3.

{span class=”print_trim” style=”text-decoration: underline;”}K-STATE 2020 FOOTBALL COMMITS{/span}

  • ATH Makholven Sonn
  • DB Joseph “Jojo” Wilson
  • DE Nate Matlack
  • DE/TE Cody Stufflebean
  • DL Ronald Triplette
  • DL/OL Talor Warner
  • LB DeMarrquese Hayes
  • LB Jeremiah Harris
  • OL Sam Shields
  • RB Chris “Deuce” Vaughn
  • RB Keyon Mozee
  • TE Christian Moore

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