Three transfer portal players Chris Klieman needs to get in 2024

After coaching changes at Alabama, Washington, and Arizona, there are still a lot of players in the transfer portal. Some have committed to other schools, but some are still open. Kansas State head coach Chris Klieman needs to start making some moves to fill holes in his team for 2024.

Kansas State head coach Chris Klieman reacts to his players scoring a touchdown in the third quarter.
Kansas State head coach Chris Klieman reacts to his players scoring a touchdown in the third quarter. / Evert Nelson/The Capital-Journal / USA
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Kansas State football. OT. Kadyn Proctor. player. . . . 523. . Kadyn Proctor

Kadyn Proctor left Alabama after just one season with the Crimson Tide. Proctor was a five-star recruit coming out of high school. He won the starting left tackle position at the end of fall camp, starting all 13 games of the 2023 season.

As an Iowa native, many people are predicting for him to return home and play for the Iowa Hawkeyes. However, Proctor would be a great pickup for Klieman and the Wildcats. The offensive line is about to be decimated for K-State with players leaving for the draft and graduating.

Spending only his freshman year at Alabama, Proctor would still be a very moldable player for Klieman and offensive coordinator/offensive line coach Connor Riley. He will also be a player that could play for many years at Kansas State and not just be a one-and-done guy.

With so many players leaving on the offensive line, Proctor is a great fit for Kansas State and is a player Klieman should be doing everything he can to get.