Jabbar Muhammad is looking to transfer to his third school. He played for two years at Oklahoma State, transferred to Washington just in time to start spring practices, and now is looking for a new home.
Muhammad started in all 15 games for the Huskies, led the Pac-12 in passes defended, and was also ranked No. 7 in the nation in passes defended. He led the Huskies as the No. cornerback on the team with 46 total tackles and 20 passes defended and was named to the All-Pac-12 Second Team.
The Wildcats are losing strength in their secondary with the departure of safety Kobe Savage to Texas A&M and cornerback Jordan Wright to UConn. The rest of the Wildcats secondary is made up of freshmen and sophomores.
Muhammad could come into K-State and be an immediate leader in that young secondary. He may only have one year of eligibility left, but he could come in and be a mentor to young players and teach them a lot.