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Breaking Down Each Kansas State Wildcat Taken in 2013 NFL Draft
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Chris Harper went from Big 12 champion to the newest target for Russell Wilson during the NFL draft.

Three players from Kansas State, the 2012 Big 12 champions, were taken in last weekend's NFL draft. Another six players were signed to undrafted free agent contracts. 

Linebacker Arthur Brown was the first Wildcat taken in the draft when the Baltimore Ravens scooped him up in the second round. 

Wide receiver Chris Harper followed Brown in the fourth round when the Seattle Seahawks selected him, then fullback Braden Wilson rounded out the Wildcats' draft selections when the Kansas City Chiefs picked him in the sixth round. 

Quarterback Collin Klein, linebacker Justin Tuggle, punter Ryan Doerr, running back Angelo Pease, tight end Travis Tannahill and defensive back Nigel Malone were then picked up by teams after the draft's conclusion. 

All of these players could make impacts on their respective teams. They certainly know how to win, as this group won 21 games over the past two seasons. 

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