#schoolsafety | Kansas State football gains commitment from Alabama high school safety

Just hours after picking up its first out-of-state football commitment for the 2023 recruiting cycle Tuesday, Kansas State added a second when safety Collin Dunn from Tuscaloosa, Alabama, announced that he too will be a Wildcat.

Earlier in the day, Kennedale, Texas, defensive back Kameron Sallis made his pledge to coach Chris Klieman and his staff.

Dunn and Sallis were the Wildcats” second and third commitments from a group of weekend visitors, joining Blue Valley High School wide receiver Andre Davis, who announced his intentions Sunday.

More:Kansas State football adds Texas high school safety Kameron Sallis to 2023 class

There could be more good news on the way when Derby running back Dylan Edwards makes his decision public at noon Thursday at his high school. Edwards also was one of last weekend’s Manhattan visitors, though he holds numerous other offers and previously too official recruiting trips to Nebraska and Oklahoma.

Dunn, a 6-foot-1, 195-pounder from Hillcrest High School in Tuscaloosa, had been on K-State’s radar for some time. He attended a game in Manhattan last fall and also made an unofficial visit in the spring.

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