The Badgers put a junior, JJ Watt, into the middle part of round two but seniors will lead the way for the program as we head towards the 2011 NFL Draft.

Wisconsin

Rnd Full Name Pos # Yr Comments
2-3Nick ToonWR15SrLike his former All-Pro dad, a reliable pass catcher that runs good routes, consistently gets separation and makes the catch with his hands. Always comes away with the difficult grab. One speed receiver and lacks a second gear.
5-6Kevin ZeitlerG704SrStrong, powerful small area blocker that does a terrific job controlling opponents and opening up the running lanes. Ineffective in motion.
6thJake ByrneTE824SrOne dimensional blocking tight end that stands out in that dimension. Bends his knees, strong at the point and easily controls defenders once engaged in a block.
6thPeter KonzC664JrDeveloping center with a nice upside. Possesses good size, effective in motion and strong at the point of attack.
FALouis NzegwuDE935SrUndersized get active college defensive end that is occasionally stood up over tackle. Plays with good mechanics and works hard.
FADevin SmithCB104SrSolid college corner that shows skill in both man and zone coverage.
FADavid GilbertDE113JrAthletic lineman that flashes skill yet must put together a complete game.
FADavid OglsbyT675SrBig, wide bodied blocker that has shown skill in the past. Struggled with injury as a junior and really does not show a killer mentality on the field.
FAMike TaylorOLB534JrActive linebacker that goes hard sideline to sideline but is limited by lack of size.
FAAaron HenryS75SrTough, run defending safety best playing downhill.
FAPatrick ButrymDT955Sr