NFL scout says one Wisconsin position group is best in the country
Wisconsin is widely being recognized as having one of the country’s top rosters entering the 2018. The Associated Press named five Badgers to its preseason All-American teams (three first-team, two second-team). Three of the five All-American Badgers were offensive linemen: OG Beau Benzschawel (first), OT David Edwards (second) and OT Michael Dieter (second).
According to NFL.com draft analyst Daniel Jeremiah, it’s not writers who are high on the Wisconsin offensive line. One pro scout is calling it the best offensive line in the country.
Talked to a vet scout about his college visits so far— he said Wisconsin is LEGIT. Best OL in the country.
— Daniel Jeremiah (@MoveTheSticks) August 26, 2018
In a conference known for physical, stingy defense, having the best offensive line could prove to be a factor in winning the division title and the conference championship game, two goals the Badgers have every reason to embrace this fall. Of course, one prominent analyst thinks the winning won’t stop there for Wisconsin.
Lee Corso just picked @BadgerFootball to win the national championship. #Badgers
— Jay Sorgi (@jsorgi) August 25, 2018
Wisconsin’s season kicks off Friday against Western Kentucky.