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Kansas State hits the recruiting trail hard.

Two more players announced their commitment to the Wildcats yesterday, and K-State track athletes and coaches turn their eyes towards the Olympics.

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Yesterday we all got to relive the glorious "Battle of the Bastards" as told through our very own fantasy bard Luke Sobba.

Gracey then followed with some real world awesomeness, as Josh Rivas announced his verbal commitment to Kansas State. That means the top 3 Kansas OL prospects have committed to the Wildcats.

Finally, we moved closer to FOOTBALL with Bracketcat checking in on day 73.

Even with his busy scheduled as a rookie with the Chicago Bears, Cody Whitehair has found time to host a youth football camp with former K-State players Curry Sexton, Jake Waters, and Zach Nemechek. (Kellis Robinett, Wichita Eagle)

Elijah Lee has been a terror for opposing QB's ever since he set foot on the field his freshman season, and many are predicting a breakout season for the junior linebacker. (Brandon Chatmon,

In more recruiting news Eli Huggins, a three star defensive end/tackle, from West Forsyth, Georgia committed to Kansas State. Huggins already has over 21 collegiate offers, and turned down schools like NC State, Air Force, Army and Navy. Clearly the kid has some skills in the class room as well since he also has offers from Brown, and Columbia. Currently he plans to graduate in December so he can enroll early at K-State. (Michael Foster, Forsyth County News.)

High Jump U is at it again, as K-State head coach Cliff Rovelto will again serve as an assistant coach for the U.S. Track and Field team at the Summer Olympics.(Kellis Robinett, Wichita Eagle)

Both Men's and Women's track and field team performed well this season, and those performances have led a chance to compete in the Olympics for some current and former K-State track athletes.(Ken Corbitt, Capital Journal)