Wildcats bring in graduate transfer Cincere Mason from Kennesaw State.

Head Coach Chris Klieman paces the sideline during the game against TCU on Oct. 19, 2019 at Bill Snyder Family Stadium. (Archive photo by Sabrina Cline | Collegian Media Group)

Kansas State football has dipped back into the transfer pool, adding Kennesaw State defensive back Cincere Mason as a graduate transfer. Mason is the seventh transfer the Wildcats have landed, joining fellow defensive backs Russ Yeast and Julius Brents, defensive tackle Timothy Horne, wide receiver Kade Warner, linebacker Eric Munoz and tight end Daniel Imatorbhebhe.

Mason will likely play safety for the Wildcats, providing depth to a very inexperienced position group. Outside of starters Jahron McPherson and Russ Yeast, who are both seniors, there is only one other upperclassmen safety on scholarship — Ross Elder. The other four scholarship safeties are either freshman or sophomores.

Mason comes to K-State on the heels of Reggie Stubblefield no longer enrolling at K-State.

During his career at Kennesaw State, Mason played in 31 games and logged 29 starts. He recorded 83 tackles, 15 pass breakups, six tackles for a loss, five interceptions, three fumble recoveries and a forced fumble.

Mason will have two years of eligibility remaining.