Olathe (Kan.) Northwest two-star athlete Jarard Milo has one offer on the table from Minnesota, but he's working on earning others, too, which is why he was in Manhattan, Kan., earlier this week for Kansas State's summer camp.
"It went pretty good," the 6-foot-3, 193-pound safety prospect, said.
"I went on Sunday and then I worked out Sunday and then worked out on Monday. We went up there and did testing for the first part and then we went into a practice. I did pretty good in the testing. My best 40-time was 4.42 seconds. We also did cone drills, broad jump and a few other things.
"After that we broke up into the top player groups and we did individual drills. I got to work out with the good group. I spend the day working out at receiver. The first day there were just six of us in that good group. And then after that I went and worked with the safeties. I think overall it went really well."
Milo said he also got to spend some time talking the K-State coaches, but one thing he didn't get to talk about was an offer because he had to leave camp to make it back home for summer classes.
"I talked to Greg Burns and I also talked to coach Wall (Matt Wallerstedt)," Milo said. "That's who I talked to mainly. We left Monday and they were still in the middle of practice, so I didn't get another chance to talk to them. They told me I looked really good, but I didn't get a chance to talk to them about if they wanted to offer.
"I think I did good enough to get an offer, but we'll just have to wait and see."
Milo does still have that Minnesota offer, and he said he remains in consistent contact with Ron Lee, who is recruiting him for the Gophers.
"I talk to coach Lee about every week," he said. "I still need to find a way to get up there. We're planning on visiting, but we don't have any dates set. So far right now, I don't have anything planned. I'm just going to keep working hard and trying to get better."