Kansas State has finally granted wide receiver Corey Sutton his release.
After initially blocking him from transferring, Kansas State has officially granted wide receiver Corey Sutton his full release.
The program announced the move this afternoon, which included a statement from head coach Bill Snyder.
"I would like to apologize to Corey and his family for my remarks last night which included sensitive and private information," Snyder added. "I spoke out of line and for that I express a sincere regret for my comments."
Snyder is referring to when he appeared to reveal that Sutton had failed drug tests during his time at K-State. He drew heat for these, as expected.
Sutton hauled in four catches for 54 yards in his lone season with the Wildcats. A former three-star recruit, Sutton will likely command a good amount of attention on the transfer market.
He will have four years to play three at this new destination.