Spring Game Rosters Announced

MANHATTAN, Kan. The Kansas State football program conducted its third annual Spring Game Draft Wednesday at the Vanier Football Complex with defensive coordinator Tim Tibesar and offensive coordinator Dave Brock selecting their respective squads for Saturday's scrimmage at Bill Snyder Family Stadium.


Brock, who will coach the White team, won the coin toss for the draft’s first overall selection and selected two-time All-Big 12 defensive end Ian Campbell, according to K-State head coach Ron Prince.


Tibesar, the Purple team head coach, also stayed on the defensive side of the ball with his first pick and selected sophomore cornerback Joshua Moore.


On Wednesday evening, the two teams will practice separately for Saturday's spring game, with one squad working out in K-State's indoor football facility and the other practicing in Snyder Family Stadium.


Kickoff for Saturday's Spring Game is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. The game can be heard live over 12 stations on the K-State Sports Network. A list of stations carrying the game is available at www.k-statesports.com.


A complete list of both rosters is linked above.