Matthew Emmons-US PRESSWIRE
Arthur Brown, the top middle linebacker in the draft according to Dan Kadar, headlined the event with a full workout on Tuesday.
After a shoulder injury withheld Kansas State linebacker Arthur Brown from both the Senior Bowl and the 2013 NFL Combine, he took part in a much-anticipated full workout at the K-State Pro Day on Tuesday.
The No. 15 overall prospect and top inside linebacker in the latest rankings from SB Nation's Dan Kadar, Brown was certainly the headliner of the event and drew a crowd of NFL scouts.
Brown did not disappoint, running between a 4.58- and 4.62-second 40-yard dash and posting a 32.5-inch vertical jump. Perhaps most impressive, Brown got in 21 reps on the bench press, helping to assuage any concerns over the health of his shoulder.
Other notable prospects in attendance included wide receiver Chris Harper, the No. 21 wideout in the draft according to Kadar, as well as Heisman Trophy finalist and quarterback Collin Klein.
Harper ran a surprisingly fast 40-yard dash, timed at 4.38 seconds on some watches. For a receiver of his size (6'1, 229 pounds), that is impressive speed.
In the latest mock draft from Kadar, Brown is slated to be selected by the Green Bay Packers with the 26th selection in the first round.
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