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Name: Joe Ervin (Transfer from Kansas State)
College: Kansas State     Number: 20
Height: 5-08   Weight: 178
Position: RB  Pos2: KR
Class/Draft Year: rJr/2024

40 Low: 4.42
   40 Time: 4.50
  40 High: 4.59
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Height: 5076
Weight: 178

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 Data Scout Notes: 2021: NAC...Transfer from Kansas State...2020: COVID Safety Concerns Opt-Out/Out for 2020 Season

 Joe Ervin, Kansas State, Player News

  07/21/21 - RB Joe ErvinrJr/2024, Kansas State, 5-08, 178 (DS#999 RB) + More +

  Strange as it may now seem, there was a time not so long ago when Kansas State football fans viewed a pair of young running backs other than Deuce Vaughn as the future of the Wildcats' ground game. Their names were Joe Ervin and Jacardia Wright. Remember them? You should. They both showed worlds of promise while playing in just four games as true freshmen in 2019. They looked so good, in fact, that they both seemed in line for more carries than Vaughn heading into last season. But then the coronavirus pandemic happened. Ervin, a 5-foot-8 and 178-pound shifty runner from Rock Hill, S.C., opted out of the 2020 season and spent several months away from the team before returning for spring practices. Wright, a 6-foot and 226-pound bruising rusher, tumbled down the depth chart and rarely played while Vaughn burst onto the scene as a freshman All-American.

Many fans wondered what happened to Ervin and Wright last season, especially while the Wildcats struggled to find quality running backs to play alongside Vaughn. It seems like those questions may disappear this year. K-State football coach Chris Klieman is confident the Wildcats will have a much deeper and more versatile backfield when games resume in September. "Getting Joe Ervin back is also critical. He is a really talented running back and I think he's going to carry the ball an awful lot. He's going to catch the ball an awful lot. He's one of the best blockers we have. I feel comfortable in the fact that we have some good depth and some competition there at that position." - The Kansas City Star

(DS#999 RB) rJr/2024 RB Joe ErvinKansas State
News Source: The Kansas City Star
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