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"Coach Prince is building something from the ground up and I'm excited as can be. I probably could have waited things out but I went down there on an official visit and just loved it.
"I think Wednesday of last week is when Kansas State offered me a scholarship and I gave them my commitment on Saturday. That's how sold I was on Coach Prince and the program at Kansas State."
Freeze, a 6-foot-7, 270-pounder, from Liberty, Mo., started every game as a junior at right guard and will move to left tackle in 2006.
"I'll play anywhere I'm asked," Freeze said. "I just want to help my team. I love pulling and trapping, getting out on the linebackers. I think I'm good at pass protection but I'm not satisfied. I'm going to work hard at getting better in the off-season."
Freeze was an all-conference selection in 2005. Colten told Scout.com that he'll be starting on both sides of the football as a senior. He's also a very good student, carrying a 3.3 GPA in the classroom.
Iowa State, Missouri and Kansas all had a serious interest in Colten Freeze.
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