National Signing Day is upon us. Barring any last-minute surprises, K-State will land a fairly typical class, comprising a mix of immediate-impact junior college players and high school players with a lot of upside.
Recruiting isn't really my thing, and I think most K-State fans approach signing day with significantly less fervor than some of our colleagues around the nation. It's not that recruiting isn't important, but the things that make national headlines -- last minute flips, five-star talent, etc. -- are more or less absent from K-State's recruiting. And hey, Bill Snyder just won a Big 12 championship and took his team to the Fiesta Bowl when his previous three recruiting classes ranked 68th, 63rd and 92nd (!) nationally.