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Kansas State Places 4 Players On Senior Bowl Watch List

On Thursday the Senior Bowl released its first ever watch list of players that could be considered for the all-star game. Among the players listed are four from the 2012 Kansas State Wildcats, including quarterback Collin Klein. Klein earned an honorable mention for the All-Big 12 team for his junior campaign in which he accounted for 40 total touchdowns and he will again be the signal caller for the Wildcats in his senior year.

Joining Klein on the list are linebacker Arthur Brown, cornerback Nigel Malone and fullback Braden Wilson. Both Brown and Malone were named to the watch list for the 2012 Nagurski Trophy, representing the nation's top defensive player, regardless of position.

The Senior Bowl is the most prestigious college football all-star game and features NFL coaches, scouts and talent evaluators all in attendance to speak with and watch the performance of some of college football's top senior talents prior to the NFL Draft.

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