• Live draft blog: Seahawks select K-State wide receiver Chris Harper in the fourth round

    Summary of 2 articles · Updated Apr 27, 2013
    Harper had a knack for going up and getting jump balls at K-State; four of his five touchdowns his junior year were on fade routes. He’s also a capable blocker, having lined up at wide receiver for a K-State team that predominantly ran the ball. Harper, a physical wide receiver who the Seahawks selected in the fourth round of the NFL draft on Saturday, played in the post most of his basketball career, despite being not much taller than 6 feet 0. “I just developed a mentality to play bigger than what I was, and it just carried over to me playing receiver,” Harper said. “It’s helped me out a lot.” The latest news and analysis from all angles on the Seahawks. “He has a strong base, strong lower body where he can handle those corners that will try to body up to him.”
    • Kansas State wide receiver Chris Harper brings physical style to Seahawks

      Chris Harper can trace the origins of his football career to the basketball court. Harper, a physical wide receiver who the Seahawks selected in the fourth round of the NFL draft on Saturday, played in the post most of his basketball career, despite bei…

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