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Logan Brown, Graham Mertz video highlights from Wednesday’s All-American Bowl practices

More insight on the two Badgers commits from San Antonio.

This weekend, the new year kicks off with two of Wisconsin’s renowned 2019 signees playing in one of the most prestigious prep all-star games.

Both five-star offensive lineman Logan Brown and four-star quarterback Graham Mertz will play in the 2019 All-American Bowl on Saturday, Jan. 5 at the Alamodome in San Antonio, Tex. (Noon CT, NBC).

Mertz will represent the East squad as one of its three quarterbacks, while Brown will look to help the West squad capture the win in the all-star extravaganza.

Practices started for the teams on Tuesday, but here are some highlights from Wednesday’s Day 2 action from both Mertz and Brown.

Graham Mertz

Rivals’ Josh Helmholdt praised Mertz on Day 1 as well, as seen in the video below.

During Tuesday’s practice, 247Sports’ Charles Power ranked him as the No. 2 quarterback between both squads behind Oklahoma signee Spencer Rattler. On Wednesday, Power called him the No. 4 signal caller for that day’s action, but said “he’s put together a very solid two days of work.”

Logan Brown

During Day 1 of practices, 247Sports’ Barton Simmons called Brown one of the “Best of the Rest” from the West team. Here is what was tweeted on Day 2, including this impressive rep against Khris Bogle.

According to 247Sports composite rankings, Bogle hails as a four-star recruit, the No. 3 weak-side defensive end and No. 57 player overall in the nation. Rivals ranks him as the No. 50 player overall in the country in this class with a 6.0 rating.

B5Q’s Owen Riese, himself a former college offensive linemen, gave his thoughts on the reps above.