K-State lands transfer Ques Glover

The student section throws up newspaper scraps in the player introductions tradition against Oklahoma State. KSU defeated OSU 65-57 on Jan. 10, 2023, at Bramlage Colosseum. (Archive photo by Reece Bachta | Collegian Media Group)

Former Florida and Samford guard Ques Glover has committed to Kansas State basketball, per Joe Tipton. K-State lands the senior who previously committed to BYU this offseason but re-opened his recruitment due to NIL discrepancies.

Listed at 6-foot-0, Glover averaged 14.7 points, 2.5 rebounds and 2.1 assists per game for Samford last season. He spent two years at Florida before transferring to the Bulldogs and becoming All-Southern Conference First Team in 2021-22. 

Glover joins guard Tylor Perry and forward Arthur Kaluma as transfer additions for the Wildcats this offseason. Other new faces for the 2023-24 Wildcats include the freshman trio Dai Dai Ames, RJ Jones and Macaleab Rich.

Glover fills the Wildcats’ need for another experienced guard, previously held by Desi Sills who averaged 29.5 minutes and split time as a sixth man and starter. Glover may have a similar role, likely slotting in as K-State’s third guard after Perry and Cam Carter.

K-State has one remaining scholarship spot available for 2023-24. August is late into portal season, but head coach Jerome Tang would likely target a big to complete his roster.