Love this addition. As a K-State alum, I wanted him in the draft. He started college as a QB at Oregon, wanted to be closer to home (Wichita) and not make a position switch (to WR) so he transferred to KSU. I was really looking forward to him as part of the Cats option offense, but Bill Snyder saw a big, physical guy who can do some damage after the catch. He will have no problem sticking his nose in and mixing it up with the bigger Seattle DBs. He doesn't have blazing speed (4.5) but he's quick, physical and can make the difficult catch.
He really wasn't into the position switch which began at Oregon and continued at KSU, but once Snyder convinced him it was in his best interest he quickly became a full time starter and made the transition fairly seamlessly. His stats won't blow you away, but KSU is a run heavy team that runs a lot of spread option QB stuff... Collin Klein was a Heisman finalist because he could run... his throwing left a little to be desired. I'm curious how Harper could have done in an offense that threw more, and threw more effectively.
It's always good to have K-Staters on the roster!!