Irving (Texas) MacArthur three-star athlete Eric Childs has been one of Kansas State’s longest commitments and despite the struggles on the field this season, Childs says he’s 100 percent solid on the Wildcats.
“They just couldn’t finish games,” Childs, who is 6-foot-2 and 196 pounds, said. “They had a lot of young players and that took them a while to adjust. I know they’ve recruited well the past few years, so we’re going to get it back to what everybody is used to with Kansas State. We’re going to make sure we win again.”
Childs will play host Wednesday night to K-State defensive coordinator Bobby Elliott. He will then visit K-State on December 10.
“I’m not talking to other teams,” Childs said. “I’m still solid.”
Childs, who had offers from Arizona State, Colorado State, Iowa, Missouri, Texas Tech, Washington State and Tulsa before he committed, finished his season with a loss in the first round of the playoffs.
“I would say my best game was against South Grand Prairie,” he said. “I had 12 tackles, one sack and a forced fumble in that game.”