Butler County (Kan.) Community College defensive tackle Jermaine Berry took his first official visit this weekend. It will also be his last.
"I visited K-State this weekend," Berry said. "I was hanging out with lots of the team while I was there. I just felt comfortable with those guys.
"I went ahead and told Coach (Bill) Snyder and Coach (Jim) Gush that I was going to be a Wildcat."
Berry chose the Wildcats over Auburn, Kansas West Virginia and Mississippi State. Berry will be signing with K-State on Dec. 19 and enrolling at K-State for the spring semester.