Two days after making his commitment to attend Kansas State, Arlington (Texas) Mansfield offensive lineman Jeromey Clary headed to Manhattan, Kan. for an unofficial visit to the K-State campus.
"The trip went great," Clary's father, J.E. said. "We all had a good time. Jeromey comes from a school that runs the same offense K-State runs. Not quite as complex, but very similar. Jeromey could tell about what plays were going to be run based on how things lined up and how the offensive linemen were doing things. His coach has worked with Coach Snyder."
Clary's Mansfield team plays it's season's final regular season game tonight (Friday). "If they win tonight they will advance to the state playoffs next Saturday. The only problem with that is, Jeromey's sister is getting married next Saturday. We'll see how everythign works out. If he could get one of the early games (9:00 a.m. or 12:00 pm) he could still make it just fine."
Clary has cancelled all other trips and is solid on his commitment to the Wildcats. "He is excited about playing at K-State. He'll visit Manhattan on Dec. 7 for his official trip."