Is Kansas State pledge still solid

Dallas Adamson three-star safety prospect Tyvenskie Page has been committed to Kansas State for quite some time. But now that his season is over, has his eye started to wonder a little bit toward other schools?
“So far, I’m still heading up there to K-State,” Page, who is 6-foot-2 and 210 pounds, said. “I’m still committed. I might take one more visit to TCU because it’s close to home and TCU is a good school close to home.”
Page, ranked as the nation’s No. 37 safety by, said a lot o f whether or not he takes another visit could hinge on how his official visit to Manhattan on December 12 goes.
“I want to see what it’s like on campus, and I’m really picky about the weather,” he said. “I hope it doesn’t snow or anything like that.”
When asked how he handles the snow that falls in Dallas every winter, Page pointed out that he can still be picky about it either way.
“It doesn’t do it as much as it does up there in Kansas,” he said with a laugh.
Page was the lone standout on a 2-10 Adamson team this season. He played a number of different positions for Adamson, but in the end he said he wishes he could have done better.
“I wanted to do more damage on offense,” he said. “But I’m a tough guy to please. I want to do my best, and I know I could have done better.”