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Kansas State Adds Former Arkansas G Desi Sills

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Kansas State continues to gain momentum as they added Arkansas State transfer G Desi Sills on Tuesday. Sills played this past season for the Red Wolves after playing three seasons at Arkansas.

Sills announced his commitment on his Instagram page.

“Can I think out loud? Can I tell myself I’m proud? 1000% committed #EMAW,” Sills wrote.

Sills (6-foot-1, 202 pounds) appeared in 28 games for Arkansas State, averaging 12.6 points, 3.6 rebounds, 2.8 assists and 1.8 steals per game. The Arkansas native shot 44 percent from the field. Prior to Arkansas State, Sills played under Mike Anderson and Eric Musselman at Arkansas. Sills appeared in 98 games and started in 47 for the Razorbacks.

Sills has one year of eligibility remaining.

KSU head coach Jerome Tang is still killing it in the portal ever since he was hired in Manhattan. The Wildcats have secured transfer portal commitments from David N’Guessan (Virginia Tech), Jerrell Colbert (LSU) and Cam Carter (Mississippi State). Sills is the oldest player out of the group of young transfers but all can have an impact on next year’s team. The Wildcats are surely finding their identity in the post-Bruce Weber era.

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