Coffeyville (Kan.) Community College running back Nate Guillory saw his regular season come to an end last week in a tough loss to Butler County.
The speedy 5-foot-10, 180-pound all-purpose back accounted for 73 yards of tough running against a stout Butler County defense.
He was especially deadly on sweeps to the outside where he could use his speed in the open field. He had one rush of 20 yards on the sweep play.
Guillory originally committed to North Carolina three weeks ago, but he later said there was a mix up in the offer. That has left the door open for other teams, and one team in particular seemingly has taken advantage the most.
"I'm going up to K-State this Friday," Guillory said. "I'm real excited about getting up there and asking a whole bunch of questions. My questions are basically going to be about the education and how much action I would see on the field."
Guillory said he's tight with former Coffeyville star Deon Murphy, who has played a big role in the Wildcat offense this season.
"We're real close, and he'd love to have me come up there and be with him," Guillory said. "But he's telling me mostly to make my own decision and commit when I'm ready, but I could see myself committing to K-State if I like it."
Others also remain in pursuit. Guillory said he still talks with Oklahoma State, another school that offered him early in the recruiting process.
He's also talking to Iowa and Memphis. Memphis is another school that has officially offered him a scholarship.