It was a good week for the Kansas State Wildcats as they handed Mike Gundy the worst loss of his career at Oklahoma State with a 48-0 beatdown on Saturday.
People across the country saw K-State blowout the Pokes on Saturday afternoon, and it apparently left quite an impact on at least one visitor this past weekend.
Three-star wide receiver prospect Wesley Watson was in attendance for the game, and promptly decommitted from his pledge to Colorado on Monday following his visit.
Now, on Tuesday morning, Watson announced that his new home will be Manhattan, Kansas, as the 6-2, 185-pound wideout announced his commitment to K-State via Twitter.
Watson is a product of A&M Consolidated, a high school located in College Station, Texas, right in the shadow of Texas A&M. However, the Aggies are not among Watson’s list of 27 offers but both Kansas State and Oklahoma State are, and Watson chose to go with K-State after their victory.
Watson ranks as the No. 224 wide receiver in the 2023 class, and is a Top 250 player in the Lone Star State. His commitment brings K-State’s 2023 class to 20 pledges and now ranks 35th nationally, good for eighth in the Big 12.