Kansas State football began July the same way it ended June: with momentum in recruiting.
After picking up 11 commitments in June alone, the Wildcats landed another Monday in the form of Colorado offensive lineman Carver Willis. He announced his commitment on his personal Twitter account.
“So grateful for all the great people at Kansas State! Proud to be part of the family,” Willis tweeted Monday.
Though he’s the third offensive lineman to commit in the Wildcats’ 2020 class, he’s the first prospect the team is primarily recruiting to play tackle. He recently had picked up an offer from K-State’s in-state rival, Kansas, while fellow Big 12 foe Texas Tech had shown interest.
Willis has yet to be evaluated by either Rivals or 247Sports.
He’s the 18th commit in the 2020 cycle for K-State, second-most among Big 12 schools after KU’s 21. Both Rivals and 247Sports rate it as the third-best class in the conference as of Tuesday morning.