Kansas State Offers Scholarship to SM East QB Recruit

Wildcats head coach Bill Snyder. Mandatory Credit: Brendan Maloney-US PRESSWIRE

ESPN’s Jeremy Crabtree is reporting that KSU has offered a scholarship to quarterback Jordan darling of Shawnee Mission East. Details after the jump.

Darling, at 6-5 and 227 pounds, is a 2013 recruit. He has narrowed his list of schools to three, including K-State, Kansas (who already offered him a scholarship) and Oklahoma (who have not offered yet). He is classified as a 3-star recruit by Rivals.com, who label him a “pocket passer.” During his junior season, he completed 122 of 195 passes, for 1,820 yards and 16 touchdowns.

Topics: Football, Jordan Darling, K-State, Kansas State, Recruit, Recruiting

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