K-State’s Wilson Drafted By Chiefs


Fullback Braden Wilson became the third member of the Kansas State Wildcats 2012 Big 12 Championship squad selected in the 2013 National Football League Draft when he was picked at number 204 in the sixth round on Saturday.

Following a reshirt season, Wilson saw action in every game of his collegiate career blocking for the likes of current Miami Dolphin running back Daniel Thomas and for current Running Back John Hubert. Wilson was also a four-time State Champion at Smith Center High School under recently retired coach Roger Barta.

Linebacker Arthur Brown was the first Wildcat to go Pro when he was drafted in the second round by the Super Bowl Champion Baltimore Ravens on Friday night and Wide Receiver Chris Harper was taken in the fourth round by the Seattle Seahawks earlier Saturday.

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