Kansas State senior defensive back Reggie Stubblefield announced on Friday that he intends to declare for the 2022 NFL Draft.
Stubblefield played five seasons for the Prarie View A&M Panthers before transferring to Kansas State to play for Chris Klieman in 2021. During his one year at K-State Stubblefield recorded 34 tackles, 7.0 TFL’s, 1.0 sack, three quarterback hurries, and two PBU’s.
In a heartfelt message on Stubblefield’s Twitter page, he thanked his family, coaches, and team for his time in Manhattan.
“I love this game with all my heart, and the reason behind it is because the opportunity football has [given] me to meet so many people and the impact it has had on my life to grow as a man and a football player.
“So many thank you’s to give out and so many words to say to the people who have come into my life because of this sport, from family, coaches, teammates, support staff, athletic trainers, and fans. Trust me when I say I love you and I thank you and I just want to show my appreciation. There are so many stories and moments that we have shared together…
“With that being said I am declaring for the 2022 NFL Draft and I’m ready to attack the process…”
Stubblefield is bound to stick with an NFL roster and, with his level of versatility, should be able to carve out a role on defense for a franchise at the next level.