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While all eyes were on Peter Konz on Wednesday, fellow Badgers offensive lineman Kevin Zeitler had one of the great seasons of all-time. After reading this profile from NFL Scouting, you'll understand why he's one of the most-coveted blockers in the draft — potentially as a center by Green Bay.
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As we come to the end of our Grading the Basketball Badgers series we take a look at the two members of the senior class, starting with Rob Wilson.
Rob Wilson had a slow start to the season. He struggled to find his place in the rotation and looked a bit uncomfortable on the floor. As the season progressed he gained more playing time and eventually took a sixth man role and...
Peter Konz was the major headliner but he wasn't the only player of interest for Packers scouts. In fact, he might not have been the player of interest at Wisconsin.
We are nearing the end here in our Grading the Basketball Badgers series for 2012 and we've hit the end of the line for the Freshman on the roster, at least those that saw action this past season, as we take a look at the year that was for Frank Kaminsky.
The play of Kaminsky was needed because there was a lack of quality depth up front and some wondered how a true Freshman...
The Cowboys could take Wisconsin guard Kevin Zeitler in the second round of the draft this month.
The Cowboys signed a free agent safety in Brodney Pool, but ESPN’s Mel Kiper thinks that the Cowboys will take Alabama safety Mark Barron with the 14th pick in the draft later this month.
Dallas was aggressive in getting a solid corner in free agency with the...
Mock draft experts around the country have linked Wisconsin All-American center Peter Konz to the Baltimore Ravens and the two sides are scheduled to meet, according to Aaron Wilson of The Carroll County Times. Konz, 22, was a three-year starter and an All-Big Ten Conference selection that resembles the Ravens’ current center, Matt Birk. Despite [...]
There are multiple ideas as to what the Steelers will do in the first round of the 2012 NFL Draft. Ohio State OT Mike Adams, LSU DT Michael Brockers, North Alabama CB Janoris Jenkins, Alabama OLB Courtney Upshaw, Wisconsin C Peter Konz, and Stanford TE Coby Fleener have all been mentioned, but the g Continue