While Jerome Tang and the Kansas State Wildcats are already operating down a man following the suspension of Nae’Qwan Tomlin, the squad will now be without another player for the foreseeable future, senior guard Ques Glover.
Glover went down awkwardly in the Wildcats’ 102-68 win over Emporia State on Thursday’s exhibition match and will now miss some time with a knee injury.
Glover elected to commit to the Wildcats after starting his career at Florida alongside former Wildcat Keyontae Johnson, who earned All-American honors at K-State before being selected by the Oklahoma City Thunder in the second round of the 2023 NBA Draft.
Coming out of high school, Glover was listed as a three-star prospect by the 247Sports index, checking in as the 51st-ranked point guard in the class of 2018, and also was listed as the ninth-ranked prospect from the state of Tennessee.
The Tennessee native spent two seasons at Samford college after transferring from Florida and averaged an impressive 17 points per game over two seasons. Glover was one of four players to join Kansas State this offseason in the transfer portal alongside Creighton transfer Arthur Kaluma, North Texas transfer Tylor Perry, and Mississippi State transfer Will McNair.
Despite the absence of Glover, the Wildcats head to Las Vegas on Monday, November 6th to take on the USC Trojans as they get set to tip off the 2023-24 season on TNT.