Found February 21, 2013 on Fox Sports Wisconsin:
INDIANAPOLIS -- Last year it was Kevin Zeitler and Peter Konz who represented the Wisconsin Badgers offensive line in the NFL Draft. Two years ago, it was Gabe Carimi and John Moffitt. Carrying on the Badgers tradition of solid NFL offensive line prospects in 2013 is Travis Frederick and Ricky Wagner. "Wisconsin has prepared me quite a bit well for this jump," Frederick said Thursday at the Combine. "I wouldn't have made the jump as a junior had I not been in a perfect spot to do it. Wisconsin has prepared me to do that. Spending four years there and learning under three different offensive line coaches, I learned a lot of different things and I was able to put those together and I think that's helped me a lot." There was some buzz surrounding Frederick this week for a couple reasons. From a football perspective, the 6-foot-4, 338-pound lineman from Sharon, Wisc., is expected to be the first or second center selected in April's draft. From an appearan...

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