Report: Collin Klein set to join K-State coaching staff
JUN 26, 2014 7:30p ET
Bill Snyder is bringing back one of Kansas State's all-time greats to the Little Apple.
While nothing is officially official, Collin Klein told GoPowerCats.com in an interview Wednesday that he will be joining Snyder's coaching staff as a graduate assistant.
"I'm sure I'm going to help with the quarterbacks, but obviously anywhere else they need me as far as supporting the offensive staff," Klein told the GoPowerCats.com. "I'm sure I'll have multiple roles. I'd say it's some sort of offensive assistant/quality control role. That's probably what it'll be."
Klein's position on the coaching staff has not been confirmed by Kansas State.
The 2012 Heisman Trophy finalist starred at K-State from 2008-12, winning 21 games in two seasons as a full-time starter and leading the Wildcats to a Big 12 championship and the Fiesta Bowl in his final season.
After brief stints with the Houston Texans and Montreal Alouettes of the Canadian Football League last spring, Klein is ready to get down to business with his alma mater.
"Anything and everything I'm willing to do," Klein told the Rivals website. "It's just what they tell me to do."