‘Modern Family’ star Stonestreet making video series of K-State recruiting trip
MANHATTAN, Kan. — “Modern Family” star Eric Stonestreet is making a tongue-in-cheek video series chronicling his recruiting visit to the Kansas State football program.
The 46-year-old Kansas State graduate says on Twitter that a lot of people are asking him what he will do after the 10th year of playing the character Cameron Tucker on the hit ABC sitcom. He says appearing on TV is one dream, but playing college football is another.
Modern Family MIGHT be ending after this, our 10th season. A lot of people ask me what I will do next. Well, here you go. Starting this Monday the 20th, follow @kstatefb on twitter for weekly installments of my official recruiting trip. pic.twitter.com/6PWLZqN586
— Eric Stonestreet (@ericstonestreet) August 18, 2018
In a preview of the series, the Kansas City, Kansas, native appears in full uniform and says: “I don’t know if, God forbid I fell down on the field, if I could get up.”
Stonestreet says episodes of the recruiting trip will be released in weekly installments. It’s unclear whether coach Bill Snyder will make an appearance.