- Max Olson, ESPN Staff Writer
Kansas State picked up commitment No. 10 from defensive tackle Ajhane Brager (Magnolia, Texas/Magnolia) on Monday.
The Wildcats were the only school to offer the 6-foot-4, 280-pound defensive lineman, and he made his pledge at the end of an official visit this weekend.
“KSU devoted the time to express their academic achievements,” Brager said. “I chose them because they showed family-oriented qualities that impressed me spiritually.
"The feeling that I’m more than just a football player really stood out to me.”
Brager is the fourth Texan in KSU’s class, joining linebacker Isaiah Williams (Dallas/Skyline), guard Chance Allen (Spring, Texas/Klein Collins) and receiver LeAndrew Gordon (Arlington, Texas/Pantego Christian Academy).