"I am still committed to K-State," Colten Freeze said from Liberty, (Mo.) "Nothing has changed."
"Right after I committed to K-State, Missouri and Nebraska stopped by to look at me. They couldn't have contact with me, but they stopped by my school to check me out. I am still solid with K-State, and the other coaches know that. They have backed off because they didn't want to waste their time, I guess."
Liberty didn't have a great year, but Freeze is the ultimate team player as evident in making a position move for his senior season.
"I think I did all right," he said. "We finished up at 5-5 on the year. I played right tackle. They needed me over there, so I did what I could to help the team. I think I am better at guard, and I believe that is what I will play in college. Although the coaches haven't mentioned that to me yet."
Freeze has his eyes set on the next level and preparing with an off-season work-out schedule.
"I have a work-out class early every morning," he said. "I do light lifting in the afternoon and running also. After Christmas break I plan on really working out hard."
Coach Raheem Morris recruited the lineman and a great relationship is already in place.
"He is a real good guy," Freeze said. "He has a lot of energy and that is what drew me to K-State. He seems to be confident and excited about what they are doing, and I like that."
Freeze plans to take his official visit to Kansas State January 14.