2013 Heisman finalist Collin Klein completed 64.8 percent of his 304 passes for 2,641 yards, 16 touchdowns and nine interceptions as a senior quarterback for the Kansas State Wildcats. He added 920 rushing yards and 23 scores on the ground via 207 attempts.
Klein’s rushing prowess and size drew comparisons to Tim Tebow, as Kansas State averaged 42.4 points per game in 2012. Klein cashed in a rushing TD in every game of the season after Week 1.
He also threw just two interceptions in his first nine games, while his team went 9-0.
Klein’s highs were more frequent than his lows, and we’ll explore the former category here as he embarks on his NFL career.