Six former Wisconsin Badgers football players have been invited to the NFL Combine.
Following another former Wisconsin Badgers football player earning a Super Bowl trophy, six of the most recent group of Badgers players to play at Wisconsin have been invited to participate in the NFL Combine prior to the NFL Draft in April.
Four seniors- linebacker Vince Biegel, cornerback Sojurn Shelton, and running backs Dare Ogunbowale and Corey Clement earned the invite, which was announced Wednesday afternoon. Fellow juniors, linebacker T.J. Watt and offensive lineman Ryan Ramczyk, also snagged an invite to the combine.
A great group of players and even better group of personalities will be looking to add to the numerous amount of Badgers currently in the NFL. Three out of the last four Super Bowl winning teams had at least one Badgers player on the roster, including the most recent- New England Patriots and James White.
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Each player entering the NFL Combine has their own unique profile and analysis sheet on the combine’s website. You can see the entire list of candidates here.
Click below for each Badgers player profile:
Ramczyk earned the highest grade of all Badgers participants, posting a 6.2 score. T.J Watt came in second with a 5.88, followed by Biegel with a score of 5.80.
The Combine will begin its process at the end of the month when day 1 arrivals and testing take place in Indianapolis.
The NFL Draft will be held April 27 – April 29 in Philadelphia.