Another member of Kansas State’s offense will spend his final season of eligibility elsewhere.
Just hours after wide receiver Dominique Heath announced his decision to become a graduate transfer, redshirt senior running back Calvin Warmack followed the same path, announcing on Twitter that he’ll pursue a transfer following his graduation in May.
“I will be transferring after I graduate this May for my final year of eligibility,” Warmack said on Twitter. “After a lot of thought and discussion with my family, I believe this is what is in my best interest. I am in the process of searching for a new school. Thank you to all of the fans, my teammates and family for your support over the last four years.”
— Dalvin Warmack (@Dalvin_warmack1) February 12, 2018
In three seasons with the Wildcats, Warmack has seen only 101 carries for 527 yards and 3 touchdowns, with all 3 scores and and 252 of those yards coming in 2017 as K-State’s primary scatback.
Rather than share the load with Alex Barnes and Justin Silmon yet again in 2018, though, Warmack’s time as a Wildcat has come to an end.
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