NFL Draft 2013: Why Collin Klein Is an Underrated Impact Player

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NFL Draft 2013: Why Collin Klein Is an Underrated Impact Player
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Collin Klein could make a huge impact in the NFL.

With his size, character and overall ability, Collin Klein is one of the most underrated prospects in the NFL Draft. 

Last season, Klein finished third in the final Heisman Trophy voting. He led the Kansas State Wildcats to an 11-2 record, a Big 12 title and a berth into the Fiesta Bowl. 

Yet, scouts are seemingly not excited about Klein's draft stock. 

The Wildcat product is committed to being a quarterback in the NFL, but scouts are divided on the issue. 

Many see similar issues that Tim Tebow had when he was an NFL prospect. Klein has an unconventional throwing motion and many have questioned his overall throwing ability.

However, scouts are simply too caught up in his throwing motion and are overlooking the value that Klein can bring to an NFL team. 

Here is what Klein can bring to the table if a team takes a chance and drafts him: 

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