The week just keeps getting better for Wildcat’ fans. After commitments from athlete Joe Jackson and coveted 4-star quarterback Avery Johnson, Kansas State has gained its third commitment of the week from 3-star offensive lineman Jackson Fullmer out of Meridian, Idaho.
Fullmer is the 13th commitment for the Wildcats and is listed at 6’5, 267 pounds. The offensive tackle choose Kansas State over Arizona State, Boise State, and Colorado.
Kansas State offered Fullmer back on October 30th, 2021, and was the first Power 5 school to offer him a scholarship. He is the second offensive lineman commit for the Wildcats, alongside Camden Beebe. Fullmer attends Rocky Mountain High School and is the 4th ranked player out of Idaho, 79th ranked offensive tackle.
With the commitment of Fullmer, Kansas State’s class of 2023 is currently ranked 40th in the country. As of now, this would be the best class under head coach Chris Klieman, and possibly one of the best in Kansas State history. The Wildcats still are after some key prospects on the recruiting trail, but the purple rain is coming down in Manhattan this week.
Kansas State will open up the season at home on September 3rd, versus South Dakota.