A look at the draft prospects of 14 former University of Wisconsin football players.
J.J. Watt, DE: New England at No. 17 has been a popular landing spot for Watt in mock drafts, but there's an outside chance he could become UW's first Top 10 pick since Joe Thomas in 2007. Projection: First round.
Gabe Carimi, T: Won't get past Chicago at pick No. 29. Bears offensive line coach Mike Tice reportedly loves Carimi. Projection: First round.
Lance Kendricks, TE: Blocks, catches passes, nearly rushed for 100 yards in a game. What's not to like? Projection: Second or third round.
John Moffitt, G-C: Would prefer to play center in the NFL, but he's not going to be picky. For what it's worth, Packers GM Ted Thompson loves linemen who can play multiple positions. Projection: Third to fourth round.
John Clay, RB: The last UW back who gained more than 3,400 career yards and left school early - P.J. Hill - went undrafted. Could the same thing happen to Clay? Projection: Sixth or seventh round.
Scott Tolzien, QB: It would have been fun to see Tolzien take part in Jon Gruden's QB Camp on ESPN. Tolzien would have wowed Gruden with his smarts. Projection: Seventh round or priority free agent.
Jay Valai, SS: The undersized Valai still thinks he can be the next Bob Sanders. Projection: Seventh round or priority free agent.
David Gilreath, WR: Best bet to make a team is as a return specialist. He's got plenty of endorsements from Columbus, Ohio. Projection: Seventh round or priority free agent.
Bill Nagy, G: Was so eager to prove himself at UW's Pro Timing Day he lined up at tight end and ran passing routes. Where would Nagy be if not for a scary moped accident before his junior season? Projection: Seventh round or priority free agent.
Niles Brinkley, CB: Physical enough to play in the NFL. If only he were a little taller (5-foot-9). Projection: Free agent.
Blake Sorensen, LB: Played all three LB spots at UW. A team could see that versatility and take a flier on Sorensen. Projection: Free agent.
Culmer St. Jean, LB: Too short and not fast enough to play linebacker in the NFL. Doesn't mind collisions, so maybe a position change to
fullback would help his odds of an extended stay in training camp. Projection: Free agent.
Isaac Anderson, WR: Inconsistency plagued him at UW. Plus, he's not fast enough to make up for his lack of size (5-9, 175). Projection: Free agent.
Kyle Jefferson, WR: Had a nice true freshman year, but his career with the Badgers went downhill from there. Projection: Free agent.