JT VanGilder gives us a look at Deante Burton as the wide receiver hopes to be taken in the NFL Draft.
Kellis Robinett profiles redshirt freshman quarterback Skylar Thompson, who quarterbacked the scout team last season. (The Kansas City Star)
Mitch Sherman has a Q&A with Thompson. (ESPN)
The defense is catching up with the offense’s progress in spring practice. (Ken Corbitt/The Topeka Capital-Journal)
Unlike many of his peers who have moved into administration, Bill Snyder has never even entertained the idea of becoming an athletic director. (Kevin Haskin/The Topeka Capital-Journal)
K-State alumnus Dan Youngman’s documentary on the rise of K-State football under Snyder premiers Saturday in Manhattan. (Corbitt/The Topeka Capital-Journal)
Snyder has relied on finding hidden gems in small towns as a recruiting strategy, and it has paid dividends. This article led to the hot topic in the comments yesterday — what qualifies as a small town? (Jake Trotter/ESPN)
Women’s soccer coach Mike Dibbini has been signed to a contract extension through 2021. Dibbini has been the program’s only head coach and led the team to a 4-9-3 record last year in its first season. (Robinett/The Wichita Eagle)
K-State men’s basketball alumnus Jordan Henriquez is once again organizing a team for The Basketball Tournament, featuring several past Wildcats — the Purple and Black. (Robinett/The Kansas City Star)
K-State plans to spend about $1 million on security to keep guns out of large sporting events in the coming year after the Board of Regents voted to allow K-State, KU, and Wichita State to prohibit guns at large sporting events. Kansas law requires universities have manned metal detectors and armed guards if they prohibit the carrying of firearms, effective July 1. Almost half of that estimated cost is to purchase 70 metal detectors. (The Associated Press, via ESPN)
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Gracey Terrill will have a Jordan Willis draft preview and Facebook Live Q&A today.