Grabbing the opportunity to see K-State play in front of a capacity crowd of 52,958 on Saturday, a few area JUCO recruits attended the Wildcat game against Massachusetts as they determine where to play once they exhaust their eligibility at the junior college level. Among them were Garden City Community College linebackers Dvonta Derricott and Errol Clarke and cornerback Tim Hill thanks to a bye week for the Broncbusters.
Derricott is an inside linebacker who actually committed to playing for the Wildcats in August, and hopefully attended to not only watch his future teammates, but also apply a little friendly pressure to his current teammates last Saturday. A three-star recruit, Derricott has offers from teams in just about every conference, ranging from Arkansas to Arizona State to Wisconsin. We did a more detailed profile on him when he first committed you can read here.
Fellow linebacker Errol Clarke is a slightly less recruited player, but still holds offers from Cincinnati, Georgia State, South Florida, and Wisconsin. He’s also received interest from Auburn, Ole Miss, and Oklahoma State. The 6’3″, 240 lb inside linebacker runs a 4.60 forty yard dash and originally hails from Miami, FL. While originally signing a letter of intent with Cincinnati, it appears eligibility issues pushed him to the junior college path, reopening his options. A three-star recruit in college, he recorded