Corey Sutton wants to leave Kansas State, but it seems Kansas State isn't willing to let him go just yet. Sutton announced his decision to transfer in early May, but nearly a month later, Sutton says that Kansas State and coach Bill Snyder have not granted him his release yet despite originally telling him it would be ok. Furthermore, according to Sutton, he gave Kansas State a list of 35 schools he would be interested in transferring to -- including some FCS and Division II options -- and Kansas State rejected every single one of them. "When I originally told Coach Snyder I was going to transfer he said, 'Well, Corey, I feel bad that you want to leave, but I can't make you stay,'" Sutton told The Wichita Eagle."I dropped all my [future] classes, moved out of Kansas and started looking at my options, then I find out they are denying me my release. "Coach Snyder told me [Wednesday] that when I signed my letter of intent that was my commitment to him, that I was going to be there for four years. I heard that and told him, 'Coaches can leave. So why can't a player leave? You made a commitment to me that you were going to treat me the right way and that's not what you're doing.'"