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2025 Three-Star WR Adonis Moise Commits to Kansas State

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Chris Klieman and the Kansas State Wildcats added a new name to the Class of 2025 on Tuesday with the commitment of three-star wide receiver Adonis Moise.

Moise, a 6-foot receiver from Florida, chose the Wildcats over offers from 15 different schools, including Kansas, UCF, West Virginia, Indiana, Vanderbilt, and more.

 

Coming out of IMG Academy in the Class of 2025, Moise is listed as a three-star prospect by the 247Sports index and the nation’s 710th-ranked player. He also checks in as the 113th-ranked player at his position and the 97th-ranked player in the state of Florida.

“To be honest, it was a pretty open and shut recruitment for Kansas State,” K-State Online’s Drew Galloway writes. “K-State offered Moise in March after he took an unofficial visit during the Spring. Shortly after the visit, he scheduled an official visit to Kansas State for June 21-23.”

With his commitment, Moise became the fifth addition to the Class of 2025 for the Wildcats, joining four other three-star prospects, including LB Weston Polk, OT Will Kemna, CB Martel Jackson, and QB Dylan Duff.

Kansas State will play for the first time in 2024 on Saturday, August 31st, against the UT Martin Skyhawks.

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