K-State secured their third football commitment for the class of 2015, as Seward, Nebraska defensive tackle Adam Holtorf gave his verbal to the Wildcats on Sunday night via his Twitter account.
I have officially committed to play football at Kansas State! I’m truly blessed and excited to become a Wildcat! #EMAW
— Adam Holtorf (@aholtorf79) June 16, 2014
The 6-foot-4-inch 277-pound Holtorf is a two-star prospect according to Rivals.com, and he picked K-State over offers from Wyoming, Western Michigan, and North Dakota State.
Holtorf had 69 tackles, five sacks and an interception as a high school junior at Seward.
He joins Hays quarterback Alex Delton and Georgia wide receiver Isaiah Zuber in K-State’s 2015 class thus far.