Kansas State added another scoring threat to their backcourt this afternoon.
2020 ESPN four-star Selton Miguel, who recently narrowed down his list of schools to Texas A&M, Kansas State, South Florida, TCU and Western Kentucky, announced his commitment to the program.
He broke his list down with ScoopmanTV a few weeks ago and said that his decision was going to come down to, “a great fit and somewhere that feels like family to me.”
Kansas State, known for their family feel, made him feel welcomed, and at home on his official visit in early September, which sealed the deal.
“I feel like everyone welcomed me as family,” he said. “And, I have a really good connection with the head coach [Bruce Weber].
Selton joins ESPN four-star guard Nijel Pack and three-star Luke Kasbuke in Kansas State’s class of 2020.
“They will get great person first,” he said. “Someone that listens, ‘yes sir, no sir.’ A good scorer, a good defender and just a guy that wants to do his job.”