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Oklahoma RB liked K-State camp

Tulsa (Okla.) East Central three-star running back Kenny Session is one of the most explosive rushers in the Heartland.
As a junior, he rushed for more than 2,400 yards and 34 touchdowns helping East Central become one of the top teams in Oklahoma football last season. However, because Session is still working on reaching qualify status, several schools are taking a wait and see approach.
But one team that's been ultra aggressive in recruiting Session is Kansas State. The Wildcats made a conditional offer to Session early on in the process and then made it clear they wanted him again this week while he was in town for K-State's summer camp.
"It was a great camp," Session said. "I really did well. I got to go out there and show them my stuff. They were really impressed with the way I caught the football in 7-on-7 and the drills. I think I showed them I'm definitely a big-time player. I loved every minute of my time up there at K-State."
Session said K-State coaches made it clear that they would love to have him come to Manhattan if the 5-foot-8, 190-pounder takes care of things in the classroom.
"I talked to all the coaches and they said if I handle my business and get my ACT higher, then they'd I have that offer," Session said. "K-State definitely could be a place I see myself at."
But there are other schools that are showing interest and watching him closely.
"I'm also getting a lot of stuff from UCLA, LSU and Rutgers, too," he said. "I know TU, OU and OSU are also going to recruit me. I know I have to take care of things and the rest will take care of itself."
Session said he was impressed by the amount of talent that was in Manhattan.
"Man, there was like 700 kids there," he said. "I didn't know a lot of guy's names, but there were some good players from Lawton McArthur and some big linemen from Bixby, too."