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K-State Slate: 6.26.14 - Klein Comes Home

We are becalmed on the seas of slow news...


BracketCat's roster countdown is up to a #66 who needs little introduction around here, BJ Finney and the other lesser-known #66, Logan O'Dea.

Also, KSUEMAW! catches you up on recruiting news, with K-State getting another RB commitment, this time from Denzel Goolsby (yes, Brian Goolsby's cousin).

Kellis Robinett also reports on the Goolsby signing, noting that it's not clear how he'll contribute at K-State. Goolsby says he's been recruited as an "athlete," whatever that means. This is a good get for K-State though, as Goolsby had a  interest from other schools in this geography.

But the big news for K-State fans is that Collin Klein is coming back to the fold, according to's D. Scott Fritchen, who tweeted as follows:

As many of us had predicted/hoped, he's reported to be joining Snyder's staff in some capacity, probably as an offensive assistant.

Finally, here's a look at 13 players likely to break school (or FBS-wide) records at their positions. Tyler Lockett checks in at No. 9 as he aims to breaks father Kevin's school records for career receptions, receiving yards and receiving touchdowns.

Five-star guard De'Aaron Fox from Katy, Texas is making a visit to K-State. I would be shocked if we're actually in contention here, considering he's shown more interest in Texas, but he's the No.13 prospect for 2016, so if we can pull this off, things are definitely looking up on the recruiting front.

Kelly McHugh has a sit-down with Grant Robbins, the new men's golf coach, in the K-State Sports Extra feature.

A number of K-State athletes will be participating in national meets this summer. Devin Dick, Erica Twiss, and Devin Field will be at the USA Outdoor Track and Field Championships in Sacramento, while Alyx Treasure will return to Canada in Moncton, New Brunswick.

The volleyball teams is at No. 27 in national recruiting rankings. The only other Big 12 team to finish in the Top 30 was Kansas.