Four-star offensive lineman and Under Armour All-American Evan Boehm (Lee’s Summit, Mo./West) was scheduled to take a visit to Manhattan, Kan., and take in Kansas State’s final home against Iowa State.
Instead, the nation’s top-ranked guard, on Sunday said he decided to spend time at home with family and friends. Boehm, a 6-foot3, 300-pounder, said he may reschedule a trip to Kansas State, but no date is currently set.
“I just sat back and watched some great football,” Boehm said, referring to the multitude of college football games televised Saturday. “I just relaxed this week.”
Boehm added that he is scheduled to make an official visit to Missouri at the end of this week. Boehm decommitted from Missouri mid-November to explore other options, but the Tigers still were high on his recruiting list. Boehm also has Kansas State, Auburn, Oklahoma and Iowa on his list.
Boehm is ranked No. 52 in the ESPNU 150. He visited Auburn during Thanksgiving weekend.