Kansas State football picked up yet another 2020 commit Thursday.

Will Swanson, a tight end from Nebraska, committed to the Wildcats in an announcement on his personal Twitter account.

“Extremely excited to say that I’m committed to the University of Kansas State!” Swanson wrote. “Thanks to all my family, friends and coaches. I wouldn’t be where I am now without the support I’m truly grateful.”

Swanson picked K-State over offers from Wyoming, Kent State and South Dakota State. The commitment comes on the heels of an impressive performance by Swanson at a camp run by K-State earlier this month.

Standing at 6-foot-5 and weighing 235 pounds, Swanson plays for La Vista South High in Papillion, Nebraska.

Both Rivals and 247Sports rate Swanson as a three-star prospect.

The sites also agree on his placing within Nebraska, ranking him the No. 5 overall player in the state in the 2020 cycle.

Swanson is the Wildcats’ 14th commit for their 2020 class, more than any other school in the Big 12 and one ahead of Oklahoma State’s 13.

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