The Kanas State football team will need multiple solid receiving threats for their offense to be great. Hopefully, that’s where Daniel Imatorbhebhe steps in.
Chris Klieman and the Kansas State Wildcats were able to take advantage of the transfer portal and gained the services of several solid players who could be immediate contributors this season. Kansas State would certainly benefit from having a strong tight end like Daniel Imatorbhebhe having success this year.
Imatorbhebhe has played in a couple different conferences now and he’s got a shot to make his mark on Kansas State by facing off against Big 12 defenses.
Prior to transferring to Kansas State, Imatorbhebhe played for the USC Trojans and then the Illinois Fighting Illini. So far in his career, Imatorbhebhe has caught 28 receptions for 448 yards and five touchdowns.
He’ll have an experienced quarterback in Skylar Thompson tossing the ball around and a couple of other offensive weapons who can create some openings for him, but Imatorbhebhe will have to step up this year.
During his freshman season at USC, he caught 17 passes for 250 yards and four touchdowns. So far, that’s his best season. He’ll have a chance to be better than that this year with the Wildcats.