- As Kansas State football continues its spring practice, some of the players are getting in some extra, outside work.
- Two of the Wildcats cornerbacks locked up unsuspecting students on campus and it couldn’t be funnier.
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Kansas State football is coming off of an eight-win season that culminated in a bowl win over LSU. Now, as the Wildcats gear up for 2022, some of their defensive backs are putting in the extra effort to put in the work outside of practice.
Specifically, senior defensive backs Ekow Boye-Doe and Julius Brents took their talents to the sidewalks. Literally.
Boye-Doe stands 6-foot-0, 171 pounds and started 13 games for Kansas State in 2021 and was only targeted one time on 40 pass attempts. Brents stands 6-foot-4, 202 pounds, started 13 games last season and earned Honorable Mention All-Big 12 honors.
Needless to say, while they are both different size and style players, they can both lock up opposing receivers.
Earlier this week, the two corners donned their full uniforms — pads, helmets and all — and went around campus lining up against random students. The video, in which they are both mic’d up, is hilarious.
Some of the students have no idea what is going on. Others are all-in and try their best move to escape the man-to-man coverage.
The highlight of the chaos comes at the 13-second mark when a student puts down his coffee, takes off his backpack and squares up. He wasn’t playing around. Another great moment comes at the 15-second mark when an unsuspecting girl is in the middle of eating something as she get accosted by Boye-Doe and has to escape.
Although most of the students couldn’t get away with ease, one girl and her two dogs easily broke through the coverage, take a look:
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Will all of the extra work pay off on the field in 2022?