True Freshman | 5-10 | 165 lbs. | Shawnee Mission, Kansas
- Position: Wide Receiver
- Previous College: None
- Projection: Redshirt
- Status: Walk-On
Landry Weber (b. Sept. 18, 1998) is a walk-on wide receiver who hails from a talented bloodline that includes his father, K-State radio analyst and former quarterback Stan Weber, and older brother, recently graduated special teams captain Stanton Weber.
Like Stanton, Landry probably will end up wearing No. 12, especially now that it has been vacated by Corey Sutton, but for the time being, I slotted him here at No. 80.
Despite earning a scholarship to Washburn, Landry chose to follow in his father’s and brother’s footsteps at K-State. (Read more about the K-State/Weber connection here.)
He played both wideout and defensive back for Bishop Miege High School, catching 57 passes for 1,160 yards and 20 touchdowns as a senior.
Landry Weber had four touchdowns in Bishop Miege’s 64-21 win over Mill Valley and was honored as the Hy-Vee 41 Five-Star Athlete of the Week.
He had 237 receiving yards in that game, with touchdown receptions of 9, 25, 42, and 86 yards.
It was the second straight game he tallied four touchdowns. In addition to his outstanding game against Mill Valley, Weber racked up four touchdowns and 313 all-purpose yards against Blue Valley West. In all, he was part of three state football titles, a basketball title and a track title.