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Wildcats Keep Stockpiling in the Trenches

The 2017 class now holds a complete O-Line

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After the flurry to end June, it appears as though the Wildcat coaching staff didn’t slow down during the beginning of July. Today, another young man pledged his services to Bill Snyder and Kansas State.

Bill Kuduk is a 2-star 6’5”, 280lb OL from Marist HS in Chicago, IL. He originally committed to Central Michigan back in April, while also holding offers from Ball State and Bowling Green, but has since flipped his commitment to K-State. His Hudl highlights show a promising blocker who moves well in space and can block in to the second level.

Kuduk brings the 2017 K-State football recruiting class up to nine, and rounds out what could be fifth prospective o-line recruit for Coach Dickey (why yes, that means a complete o-line). If this holds, the Wildcats will bring in a group of big men who currently average 6’5”, 299 lbs, but could easily add weight with a college strength-training program. Kuduk is also the first high school commit from the Land of Lincoln since Snyder's first recruiting class after his return.