The 2013 National Football League Draft came to a conclusion on Saturday at Radio City Music Hall in New York City.
Overall, three Kansas State Wildcats received phone calls informing them that they were drafted. Linebacker Arthur Brown was selected by the Super Bowl Champion Baltimore Ravens in the second round on Friday night. Two more Wildcats received calls on Saturday as Wide Receiver Chris Harper was taken in the fourth round by the Seattle Seahawks and Fullback Braden Wilson was selected in round six by the Kansas City Chiefs.
Meanwhile, five other members of the 2012 Big 12 Champions agreed to free agent deals late Saturday. Leading the way was Heisman Trophy Finalist Collin Klein who agreed to terms with the Houston Texans. Klein will see at least one familiar face with his new team as he will be joined in Houston by Linebacker Justin Tuggle. Also signing free agent deals Saturday were Punter Ryan Doerr with the Denver Broncos, Running Back Angelo Pease with the Green Bay Packers and Tight End Travis Tannahill with the Cleveland Browns.
2013 marks the 20th consecutive year that Kansas State has had at least one player selected in the NFL Draft.
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