Kansas State experienced plenty of highs in lows in 2013-14, including a season-opening loss to Northern Colorado, wins over Gonzaga and Kansas and a first-round exit in the NCAA tournament to eventual runner-up Kentucky.
2014-15 could see the Wildcats get back to Big 12 title contention though, thanks largely in part to the influx of talent arriving in the Little Apple.
New to the Wildcats this winter will be Top 100 recruit Malek Harris, two highly regarded transfers in Justin Edwards and Stephen Hurt, as well as three other fresh faces to make up for the losses of Will Spradling, Shane Southwell and Omari Lawrence.
Let's meet the six players that'll soon call Manhattan, Kansas, home.
NOTE: All recruiting rankings according to 247sports unless otherwise noted