There’s no doubt that Collin Klein leads the dynamic offensive attack of the Kansas State Wildcats and his continued experience and maturity should only make him that much more dangerous in the 2012 college football season. That said, Bill Snyder’s latest wideout addition from the JuCo ranks should help give Klein someone dependable to throw to.
Marquez Clark is being called one of the top JuCo transfers in the country, and Snyder always does a nice job uncovering playmakers from the JuCo ranks.
“The Wildcats are hoping that QB Collin Klein can upgrade the passing game this year. They won’t ask him to initiate a turnaround on his own. Clark has been brought aboard from Navarro (Tex.) College to provide a spark to the offense and the special teams. In his second season, the one-time Wyoming recruit turned 98 receptions into 1,639 yards and 15 touchdowns. A smaller, quicker type pass catcher, Clark has the ability to take short pitches and turn them into long gains. He’s capable of headlining a corps in Manhattan that welcomes back just one Wildcat who caught at least 25 passes in 2011.”
With such a loss among seniors from last season, Clark will be called upon early and often. The good news is that his experience and skills should allow him to do so.