Dezmen Southward joins three former Badgers safeties now in the NFL.
What's the second-most fruitful position that Wisconsin has given the NFL? Linebacker.
James White was one of five Badgers selected in the 2014 NFL Draft.
Jared Abbrederis to the Green Bay Packers was the most exciting Badgers-related pick of the 2014 NFL Draft. Is the former UW star a good fit in Mike McCarthy's offense?
The versatile and underrated Allen has the opportunity to make an impact in the NFL, as he could join only two other former UW defensive linemen on pro rosters.
After five Badgers were drafted this weekend, more found their way onto NFL rosters as undrafted free agents.
Now with the Green Bay Packers, Jared Abbrederis has slim competition to become the most productive Wisconsin receiver product in recent history.
Across the Internet, reaction to Wisconsin draft picks was generally favorable this weekend.
Jacob Pedersen and Brian Wozniak weren't drafted this weekend, but they have the skills and experience to stick on NFL rosters.
Beau Allen is the fifth Badger taken in the 2014 NFL Draft.
Wisconsin has produced a first-round draft pick in each of the past four years. Could Chris Borland extend that streak?
Some expected Jared Abbrederis to be drafted earlier, but now the Wautoma native gets to remain in-state.
James White is the third Wisconsin product drafted after Dezmen Southward and Chris Borland.
"We’ve gotten a little bit of exposure to those guys and that defense when we had a switch to 3-4. We watched some of their film. We actually implemented a few things the Niners do on defense. So, ...
Patrick Willis, NaVorro Bowman -- meet Chris Borland.
Dezmen Southward wasn't expected to be the first Badger drafted, but the Atlanta Falcons could have a sleeper on their hands.
A NFL Combine snub didn't stop Beau Allen from putting on a show at Wisconsin's pro day and generating buzz among NFL front offices.
If you're lucky enough to draft Chris Borland, you're getting a practically perfect run-stuffer.
After a strong senior season in which he rushed for over 1,400 yards, the former Badgers running back looks to make an even greater impact on an NFL field this fall.
Former Badgers tight ends Owen Daniels, Garrett Graham and Lance Kendricks have made an impact in the NFL. Now, Jacob Pedersen looks to continue the tradition set forth by his predecessors.
Jared Abbrederis went from a walk-on to Wisconsin's all-time receptions leader. The next step in his unlikely journey is playing on Sundays.
There's a narrative forming around Jared Abbrederis, but he was more than just the grit and grind of the Badgers.
Finally, we'll get to see if Chris Borland is able to sneak into the first round of the NFL Draft beginning tonight.
Jacob Pedersen is a versatile player who put in the work to become a valuable player in Madison. Can he step up to the next level?
A Wisconsin offensive lineman comes with name recognition -- can Ryan Groy add to the tradition?
#Badgers ILB Chris Borland off one NFL team board with left shoulder problem. Has had two ops already on it; team M.D. feels he's need third— Bob McGinn (@BobMcGinn) April 29, 2014
#Badgers ILB Chris Borland off one NFL team board with left shoulder problem. Has had two ops already on it; team M.D. feels he's need third
Well this is a bummer, if true. Borland's shoulder issues were well known while he was in Madison, though they seemed nothing more lingering than here and there. Hopefully Borland settles into a nice situation in the NFL.
Since when is being complementary not a compliment? Since James White went through the scouting process.
The former Wisconsin nose guard talks about non-stop traveling, his workout routine and if we'll ever see a "12 Months of Beau" calendar. Don't know what we're talking about? Listen to the show!
Beau Allen didn't get invited to the NFL Combine, but that doesn't mean he isn't a sleeper.
Despite being held out of last week's NFL Scouting Combine, Dezmen Southward turned some heads with a blazing 40-yard dash and an acrobatic 42-inch vertical jump.
After throwing down eye-popping numbers on his pro day, it seems Dezmen Southward might pull himself into top-100 consideration.
On the last day of the Combine, the former Wisconsin safety elected not to participate in drills.
Borland's numbers were high in the bench press but lower in a couple areas compared to the rest of the linebackers in Indianapolis.
The former walk-on impressed with in an unofficial 40-yard dash time, while James White showed his skills on the bench press.