A key piece of Kansas State’s offense will not be back with the Wildcats in 2018.
On Sunday, redshirt senior wide receiver Dominique Heath took to Twitter to officially announce his transfer from Kansas State.
“The experiences of life lesson I learned here as a student athlete is something that I will forever be greatful for,” Heath said on Twitter of his decision to become a graduate transfer. “It is with a full heart that I inform my fans that I have come to the decision to graduate in May and continue my football career some where closer to home.”
— R.I.P QUAVO (@MrHBO_OnDemand) February 11, 2018
A Huntersville (N.C.) native, Heath hauled in 22 receptions for 196 yards and 1 touchdown for the Wildcats as a junior in 2017, but that effort marked a fairly sizable regression from Heath’s team-leading 2016 totals of 45 catches for 438 yards and 3 touchdowns.
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