Which Nevada Wolf Pack players should the Kansas State football team keep an eye on?
The Kansas State football team is getting set to play the Nevada Wolf Pack. The two teams are set to meet Saturday, September 18th at Bill Snyder Family Stadium. Both the Wildcats and the Wolf Pack are unbeaten at 2-0 after the first two weeks in this season, making this game even more important if the Kansas State football team wants to keep its winning streak.
However, the Wolf Pack won’t give the Wildcats the win so easily.
And there are three players on the team that might give the Wildcats trouble. Bedale Robins, Devonte Lee, and Elijah Cooks might be the Wolves to watch out for in the pack. Those three could cause trouble for the Kansas State football team.
Bedale Robins is a fifth-year defensive back from Las Angeles, California. Robins is a powerful player. Last season, Robins was an all-Mountain West Conference honorable mention and in the eight games, he played made 27 tackles surpassing his previous career-high in his junior season on 18 tackles.
Robins is making a strong start his to last season with the Wolf Pack, so far he already has six tackles this season and it seems as if he is just getting started. He can be a problem for the Wildcats offense. His skills as a defensive back might be too much for the Wildcats to handle.
Kansas State football: 3 Nevada players the Wildcats must watch out for
The next one to watch out in the Wolf Pack for would be running back Devonte Lee. Lee is a senior running back from Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Lee is a skilled running back last season. He played in all nine games. So far this year he made one rushing touchdown and run for 36 yards. Lee is fast on the fast on the field and a great receiver as well. Lee made one receiving touchdown and thirty reception yards.
The Wildcats defense will have to work harder to keep Lee from passing by them.
The final Wolf in the Wolf Pack to watch out for would be Elijah Cooks. Cooks is a fifth-year wide receiver from Atascadero, California. Last year Cooks was on the watch list for the Biletnikoff Award and was one of the top receivers in the Mountain West Conference. This year, Cooks has two receiving touchdowns and 89 receiving yards. The season is just getting started and Cooks seems to be catching his rhythm, which could be a problem for the Wildcats.
The Nevada Wolf Pack is arguably the toughest foe the Kansas State football team had to face so far in the season.
Adding to the fact that Skylar Thompson will be out with an injury and the Wildcats will have more challenges to face this season. However, the Wildcats have been able to come back from challenges before.
Now Kansas State football fans will have to see if this bunch will rise to the occasion.