The Kansas State Wildcats are set to lose more offensive pieces for the 2018 season. Running back Dalvin Warmack and wide receiver Dominique Heath both announced on social media they will finish their collegiate careers elsewhere as graduate transfers.
Warmack had the following to say:
— Dalvin Warmack (@Dalvin_warmack1) February 12, 2018
Heath also tweeted out his decision, saying:
— R.I.P QUAVO (@MrHBO_OnDemand) February 11, 2018
This news comes less than a month after veteran fullback Winston Dimel announced he would be transferring from the program as well.
Warmack finished the season with 48 carries for 252 yards, for 5.3 YPC, along with three touchdowns. All were career highs for the Blue Springs, Missouri native. He was fifth on the team in rushing behind the three quarterbacks of Jesse Ertz, Alex Delton and Skylar Thompson, along with primary running back Alex Barnes.
Heath saw a decrease in production from the 2016 season, finishing with 22 catches for 196 yards and one touchdown. That was a big cut from the season prior, when he had 45 catches for 438 yards and three touchdowns. Coincidentally, Heath’s best game of the season came in the Cactus Bowl when he had five catches for 49 yards and one touchdown. Heath finished this season fourth on the team in receptions. It’s a tough break for the Wildcats who also lost WR Byron Pringle early to the NFL Draft.
But the Wildcats return their top two receivers in rising juniors Isaiah Zuber and Dalton Schoen.