We recruited him to play the OLB position opposite the “BUCK” position.
Hell yeah. Good pickup.
Kid came in this weekend, we offered, and he committed two days later. Solid job.
If we can get Myles Tapusoa (Oliver’s replacement next year) and Dreshun Miller (hopefully he does not like Texas Tech and LSU) in the Juco ranks I would consider this class a success and we can fill out the remaining class with whoever we like.
Add a few O-Linemen after that and we should be good.
Sounds like Edgeston will be here in the spring.
Any high school info like recruiting rankings, etc?
Wasn’t rated in high school. Went to Falkner High School in Mississippi. Played some Strong Safety and OLB. 247 has him as a 3* recruit.
Last year, he played in 8 games as a freshman, made 32 tackles and 2 TFL.
Bill Snyder built Kansas State into a nationally relevant program by focusing on Juco. I love what Major is doing by looking at Juco and transfers. Genius.
Sounds like one of the top juco players in the country. Nice!
#6 juco LB in the country.
HC says he is 6-2 200 pounds.
If this is true…
I trust if he plays this year, it will be at safety…unless he can redshirt and bulkup.
he wont be on the team this year. he will enroll early next year. we recruited him to play OLB.
So, you are saying that the HC provided incorrect information…
What is this world coming to !!
“The reason I chose this place is because it’s a city where I can grow even bigger,” claimed Edgeston. “This is a big jump from going to a small place where no one knows where it’s at, to going to one of the biggest cities in the state. But I told myself you only get better if you just jump and go for it. So I committed to Houston because they were a perfect fit and I fit in on their defensive scheme and will play multiple linebacker positions there.”
Edgeston is entering his sophomore season for NEMCC while transitioning to being a full-time linebacker. Moving positions is nothing new to him because in his time at Falkner, Edgeston played many different positions.
2nd Team Preseason JUCO All-American