Report: Ex-Florida star Keyontae Johnson visiting Kansas State

Former Florida basketball star Keyontae Johnson is seeking a return to college basketball and is visiting Kansas State on Saturday, Stadium reported.The 2020-21 SEC Preseason Player of the Year, Johnson collapsed during the first half of a Dec. 12, 2020, game against Florida State and hasn’t played since. The exact cause of his collapse wasn’t made public, and his family said in February 2021 it was not related to COVID-19.Stadium reported Saturday that it was a heart issue that kept Johnson off the court but that he has been medically cleared to resume play.Johnson has a $5 million insurance policy but won’t receive a payout if he plays a certain number of games, reported Stadium, which didn’t specify the number.”He feels 100 percent and just wants to get back on the court,” a source told Stadium.The 6-foot-5 forward appeared in 31 games (all starts) in the 2019-20 season and averaged 14.0 points, 7.1 rebounds and 1.6 assists per game.