The Point After: Signing Day Zach Newman February 6, 2013 The Point After “Today isn’t the end of the process for this particular class…” -Bill Snyder Numbers? Stars? Those words don’t mean much when you have Bill Snyder and his coaching staff on the job. Here is a breakdown of this year’s Signing Day class for Kansas State. Not only was he NJCAA Player of the Year, but QB Jake Waters appears to be the ‘gem’ of this year’s Wildcat recruiting class. It’s official: K-State’s newest Kicker recruit, Matthew McCrane, is a baller. Read about his exciting performance in last night’s International Bowl here. Bill Snyder is a wizard and you can’t convince me otherwise. He takes walk-ons and turns them into future Superbowl champions. Meet this year’s group of Kansas walk-ons that will be playing for the legendary head coach. Jamone Boyd never actually offered a scholarship? That’s what Bill says. Campbell and Bender: two K-State Signing Day surprises. After decommitting from Mizzou, Lee’s Summit West LB Nick Ramirez is excited and ready to make an impact with the Purple and the White. It may have not been pretty, but the K-State Men’s Basketball team took care of their business last night in Lubbock. The Collegian says K-State students need to increase their support at basketball games. Senior K-State guard Brittany Chambers has been named a finalist for the Senior CLASS Award. Everyone’s favorite silver medalist, Erik Kynard, is in the first regular-season Bowerman Official Watch List of the 2013 track & field season. Big 12 expansion prognostication continues this week. Could a pod format involving 16 teams be the future of the Big 12?