June 24, 2024

Kansas State Wildcats Strengthen Defense by Acquiring Rice Transfer Jordan Dunbar

Chris Klieman and the Kansas State football team have secured another transfer, with Jordan Dunbar, a 6-foot, 190-pound defensive back from Rice, committing to the Wildcats. The news was confirmed by a K-State football source on Friday afternoon following reports by On3 and 247Sports. Dunbar chose K-State over several other schools, including Marshall, Western Kentucky, Temple, East Carolina, UNLV, and Georgia Southern.

HOUSTON, TX - SEPTEMBER 24: Rice Owls cornerback Jordan Dunbar (3) warms up  before the football game between the Rice Owls and Houston Cougars at TDECU  Stadium on September 24, 2022 in

Dunbar arrives in Manhattan after spending his entire college career at Rice, where he recorded 54 tackles and defended 17 passes over two seasons. His performance earned him honorable mention honors from Conference USA as a sophomore. However, he missed last season due to a redshirt and is now looking to revive his career in the Big 12.

Joining K-State as a junior, Dunbar will have two years of eligibility remaining. He is expected to compete for playing time in the Wildcats’ secondary and could provide valuable experience and depth behind projected starting cornerbacks Keenan Garber and Jacob Parrish.

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