Before heading to NYC for the Heisman Trophy ceremony, the senior quarterback will make a stop in Baltimore Friday to receive the Johnny Unitas Award. The award is given annually to the nation's top four year signal-caller-before heading to the Big Apple on Saturday morning.
Klein joins Texas A&M's Johnny Manzeil and Manti Te'o of Notre Dame as finalist for the 78th awarding of the Heisman. He is the first Wildcat since Michael Bishop in 1998 to be invited to New York.
Bishop, a quarterback on a KSU team that reached #1 nationally, finished second in voting to running back Ricky Williams of Texas. K-State running back Darren Sproles finished fifth in voting in 2003.
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