Nov 15, 2014; Madison, WI, USA; The Wisconsin Badgers football team including Dallas Lewallen (73) takes to the field before the start of the game with the Nebraska Cornhuskers at Camp Randall Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Mary Langenfeld-USA TODAY Sports
Jim Oxley: Lewallen clearly isn’t as polished as his fellow lineman in the draft – Rob Havenstein – but Wisconsin linemen always seem to be taken, if only based on tradition. I think Lewallen has a great chance at finding an NFL home, and will do so earlier than most think. Cincinnati already has one Badger on its offensive line, and it adds another in the sixth round.
Cincinnati Bengals, R6 No. 197
Taylor Johnson: There is a chance that on the third day on the NFL Draft in Chicago that Berlin, WI native Dallas Lewallen hears his name called. At 6’6” and 322 pounds, Lewallen fits the profile of your typical NFL lineman. Although nothing really stuck out this past season, Lewallen played consistently and his versatility will help him as well. Lewallen played both center and guard and because of that, he hears his name called. I see the Minnesota Vikings in the seventh round selecting Lewallen to try to beef up a mediocre offensive line.
Minnesota Vikings, R7 No. 228
Jon Rzepecki: At 6-6 and 320 pounds it’s hard to like Lewallen on paper, but to find out his injury problems at the tail-end of last year could be worrisome. No clear team stands out, but it seems like the St. Louis Rams could always use help at the position.
Undrafted, St. Louis Rams
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