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Daniel Thomas Taken by Dolphins in Second Round

Kansas State’s streak of consecutive years with at least one player being taken in the NFL Draft has run to 18 after running back Daniel Thomas was selected in the second round Friday by the Miami Dolphins. The 18-year streak is currently the second-longest among Big 12 Conference schools, behind only Texas. Thomas, who was taken with the 62nd pick overall in the draft, also became the highest drafted Wildcat running back since 1955, when Corky Taylor was taken in the second round by Los Angeles with the 18th pick.

2010 NFL Draft Prospects during East/West Shrine Bowl Practice

Jeffrey Fitzgerald/DE/Kansas State: Fitzgerald, who surprisingly has not yet received an invitation to next month's combine, was applauded by coaches throughout the week. He made a lot of athletic plays on the field and exploited a number of offensive tackles each day. Fitzgerald could easily land in the draft's top 100 selections.

Draft Report since 2000

(Bumped from the diaries.  Discuss...TB)I can't take the credit for this, but I'm glad somebody put it all out there. The original story can be found at Inside the Draft: First Round BreakdownI was...

Congratulations Jordy Nelson!

Consensus All-America Jordy Nelson will be taking his game north, to Green Bay, Wis.  Although the Packers are not my favorite NFL team, I will enjoy cheering Jordy on at the next level.C...

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