A trio of Kansas State football players have elected to enter the transfer portal, just two weeks after the conclusion of spring practice.
Offensive lineman Jalen Klemm, cornerback Omar Daniels, and linebacker Gavin Forsha will all be looking for new homes, searching for new opportunities and more consistent playing time.
Klemm is a redshirt freshman from Pennsylvania who did not see the field last season. It would have been a difficult battle for playing time this season, with all five starters on the offensive line returning for the Wildcats.
Daniels took the field in 10 games last season as a redshirt freshman, and recorded two tackles. The sophomore from Georgia was expected to be part of the cornerback rotation, replacing Julius Brents and Ekow-Boye Doe, but will instead enter the portal with three years of eligibility remaining.
Forsha is a junior from Nashville and transferred to KSU from the JUCO level. He was also expected to play a role at weak-side linebacker after appearing in nine games at linebacker an on special teams. He has two seasons of eligibility.