Oklahoma has always been kind to the Kansas State Wildcats, as the state has produced some of the greatest players ever in Wildcat history.
Tuttle, Okla., tight end Cooper Bassett said he was impressed by that strong ties the school has with Oklahoma and decided he wanted to make a little history of his own.
"I was up at K-State this weekend for the spring game, and I committed," Basseet, who is 6-foot-5 and 235 pounds, said.
"I picked K-State because it's a great and promising program, period. The coaches are top notch and the facilities are new.
"When you are at K-State you feel welcome and you feel like it's the place to be. So that in a nutshell is why I'm a Wildcat. I'm still in school right now, so I'm not able to talk as much as I can."
Bassett said he was also offered a scholarship by Kansas and was also getting regular attention from LSU, Missouri, Oklahoma State, Nebraska, Oklahoma and Tulsa.
As a junior he had 436 yards receiving and seven touchdowns. He averaged 14.5 yards a reception. On defense he had 26 solo stops, 33 assists, 10 tackles for a loss, eight sacks and four forced fumbles.