Kansas State men’s basketball added to its 2020 recruiting class Tuesday, with 6-foot-5 shooting guard Luke Kasubske verbally committing. He made the announcement in a video posted to his personal Instagram account.

A St. Louis native, Kasubke’s commitment is fresh off the heels of a visit to Manhattan last weekend, where he also watched K-State’s football team dominate Nicholls in a 49-14 victory. Kasubke picked K-State over his two other finalists, Saint Louis and Loyola-Chicago. But he also held offers from Missouri, Xavier, Nebraska and Creighton, among others.

Kasubke plays for MOKAN Elite on Nike’s EYBL circuit. MOKAN won the prestigious Peach Jam tournament title this summer.

Between the regular season and Peach Jam, Kasubke averaged more than 12 points and three rebounds per game.

Both Rivals and 247Sports tabbed Kasubke a three-star prospect. He is part of the Rivals 150 for 2020 recruits, while he’s ranked as the No. 165 player in the country in the 247Sports Composite, including the fifth-best in the state of Missouri. Kasubke is the second member of the Wildcats’ 2020 recruiting class, joining Indianapolis guard Nijel Pack, who committed in June.

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