Kansas State






Terence Franklin
Terence Franklin - PF

Team: Kansas State Wildcats [ID #84] Bookmark Kansas State Wildcats

Location: Manhattan, KS (Plains)

Conference: I.1 [Division 1]

President: allen54chevy send message
          [since July 02nd 2018 | last seen September 20th 2019]

Coach: Monty Langford

Arena: Bramlage Coliseum

Rank: #8

Rating: 214.91 - Overall Position: #16

Fan Mood: 123.08

Alumni Mood: 134.30

Prestige: 30

Team Notes:

• Mar 09 2008: Made the national tournament field.
• Oct 27 2007: 4-star prospect Kennith Pritchett committed.
• Oct 24 2007: 3-star prospect Russell Holland committed.
• Dec 28 2006: 4-star prospect Isaac Easter committed.
• Dec 02 2006: 5-star prospect Odell Carman committed.
• Aug 31 2006: Promoted to conference I.1.
• Jun 27 2006: Micheal Nunn was drafted round #1, pick #4 by Utah.
• Mar 12 2006: Made the national tournament field.
• Dec 15 2005: 3-star prospect Zack Kauffmann committed.
• Oct 26 2005: 4-star prospect Nelson Shaver committed.


Record:

Wins: 31 Losses: 11 Pct: .738     Conf Wins: 21 Conf Losses: 9 Conf Pct: .700 Conf Rank: 4     Last10: 5-5 Streak: L1

Pts Ave: 88.9 - 78.2     Pts Diff: +10.8     Team Power Index: 151.9

Press Releases:

Oct 05 2006: Nunn goes #4 overall! - by allen54chevy on June 8th, 2019

With the 4th overall pick Utah selected Micheal Nunn, K-State's star Point Guard.

Nunn was the only player in KSU's inaugural recruitment class. He redshirted his freshman year then took over as the starting PG for the last 4 years, missing only 1 start due to an injury.
Twice all conference, 2 Elite 8's, a sweet 16, a conference tourney championship, and a conference season championship make him the most decorated player in KSU'S history.


Oct 11 2005: First KSU player drafted! - by allen54chevy on April 15th, 2019

Congratulations to Eli O'Callaghan on being the first K-State player selected in the draft. Eli was selected by Dallas 5th in the second round (35th overall).

Eli came to K-State as a Juco transfer in 2003 and was immediately red shirted. During his subsequent Junior and Senior years he was instrumental in KSU winning the 2004 Conference IV.5 tournament, winning the 2005 Conference III.3 Championship, and reaching the Elite 8 BOTH years.
His Senior Year he was named team Captain and voted ALL-Conference averaging 16.8 points, 10.6 rebounds, 1.8 steals and 1.3 blocks.