Kansas State basketball midseason standouts

As we are halfway through the college basketball season, let's take a look at which players have stood out the most for Kansas State.

Jan 6, 2024; Manhattan, Kansas, USA; Kansas State Wildcats guard Cam Carter (5) dribbles by UCF players for a fast break.
Jan 6, 2024; Manhattan, Kansas, USA; Kansas State Wildcats guard Cam Carter (5) dribbles by UCF players for a fast break. / Scott Sewell-USA TODAY Sports
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2. . player. Tylor Perry. 463. . Fifth year Guard. Tylor Perry. Kansas State men's basketball.

Tylor Perry spent two years at Coffeyville College before transferring to North Texas for two years and is now spending his fifth year at Kansas State with the Wildcats. Perry is definitely the leading on the court as the main point guard for K-State.

In his first season under Jerome Tang, Perry is showing he is a force to be reckoned with. He is currently averaging 14.5 points a game and 5.1 assists per game. Perry, like Carter, is also in the Big 12 rankings. He is ranked 12th in scoring (14.5 ppg), sixth in three-point shooting percentage (0.313), first in free throw percentage (0.917), and fifth in assists (5.1 per game).

Perry has exploded for the Wildcats and is a crucial player on the court in every game. He will continue to be crucial going forward in trying to make the NCAA Tournament.