Harper decided to transfer in order to move closer to home, choosing Kansas State over Kansas and Oklahoma State. He sat out in 2009 due to transfer rules before becoming a part-time starting receiver for the Wildcats in 2010, finishing with 25 catches for 330 yards and four touchdowns.
Harper became the team's No. 1 wideout as a junior, catching 40 passes for 547 yards, and again set career highs with 58 receptions for 857 yards as a senior.
WEAKNESSES: Coordinated for a large receiver but isn't always under control. Speed is adequate and he doesn't always play to his timed speed. Not overly explosive and appears to have only one speed. Could get by on effort and intuitiveness against some Big 12 competition.