Wildcats to Lean on Southwell, Spradling
Mike Hammett - October 17, 2013 6:14 am
MANHATTAN, Kan. (AP) – Shane Southwell and Will Spradling have always been complementary players at Kansas State. They were the guys who could chip in from time to time while others carried the load.
That won’t be the case this season.
After losing top scorer Rodney McGruder, floor leader Angel Rodriguez and post presence Jordan Henriquez to transfers and graduation, Southwell and Spradling will be counted upon heavily if the Wildcats have any aspirations of capturing another share of the Big 12 title.
Southwell averaged 8.4 points last season. Spradling averaged 7.4 points.