Trevor Stange grew up with the Kansas State Wildcats. Now he has made K-State part of his future. The Wildcats legacy officially committed to Kansas State on Friday, making him the second member of Bill Snyder’s 2019 recruiting class.
— Trevor Stange (@Trevorstange) May 25, 2018
Stange is the son of former Kansas State offensive lineman Russ Stange, who played guard for the Wildcats in the late 1980s. The younger Stange has grown into an imposing guard himself, standing 6-foot-3 and weighing 272 pounds.
Kansas State has been considered the likely destination for Stange throughout his recruiting process, although Texas Tech mounted a challenge for his commitment. The Coppell (Texas) High School guard has visited Kansas State several times in the last few months.
Considered a 3-star prospect in the 247Sports composite rankings, Stange is listed as the No. 71 guard, the No. 218 player in the state of Texas and the No. 1,595 player in the Class of 2019. Kansas State offered Stange more than a year ago in April of 2017.
Stange is the first offensive lineman in Snyder’s 2019 class. He joins 3-star defensive lineman Cooper Beebe from Kansas City (Kan.) Piper High School as the program’s first two commitments in the class.