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Florida DT Trying To Set Visit Up To K-State

MANHATTAN, Kan. - Bobby Leath, a defensive lineman from central Florida's Lake Wales High School, has narrowed his interest down to three schools. Thanks to a visit he made last summer to Manhattan, Kan. the Wildcats are firmly in the mix. Leath caught up with KStateFans.com on his recruiting status and interest in taking another visit to campus before National Signing Day.

"I've been trying to set up an official visit with Coach Latimore since Christmas but things keep getting in the way," said Bobby Leath. "I'm supposed to be taking the ACT soon. Once I have the information I can send it in and hopefully schedule the visit for the first week in February. "I went to K-State last summer for a one-day camp. My running back coach was from Kansas and he was...

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