[Update, 5:05 p.m. CT] We've updated the list, per communication with the Wisconsin athletic department, that includes Thad Armstrong, Reggie Love and T.J. Reynard, plus former players James Adeyanju and Vonte Jackson.
The spring 2016 graduation season is upon us, with the University of Wisconsin-Madison holding its ceremonies from May 13-14 this year.
Seven members of the 2015 Wisconsin Badgers walked across that stage to receive their degrees this weekend after wearing the Cardinal and White for the past few years. Among them include tight end Austin Traylor, punter Drew Meyer, cornerback Terrance Floyd and kicker Jack Russell. Quarterback Thad Armstrong, wide receiver Reggie Love and cornerback T.J. Reynard also graduated this weekend. Love has a year of eligibility left, while Reynard will play his final year at Montana State.
Former UW football players James Adeyanju and Vonte Jackson also received their degrees.
Traylor has quite the busy schedule this month, as the San Diego Union-Tribune's Michael Gehlken reported on Friday he has signed a deal with the Dallas Cowboys after it was initially reported he signed as an undrafted free agent after the draft.
Of course, a certain former Wisconsin signal caller has already delivered an address to the class of 2016 on Saturday in Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson.
He also took some time to see an old offensive coordinator: