Wisconsin has done a tremendous job of developing its talent over the years.

Though the Badgers may not dominate the recruiting rankings year in and year out, they are traditionally among the contenders for the B1G West and a chance at the B1G Championship. In the past decade, Wisconsin has been on a rather impressive run in terms of producing All-American players.

According to Brian Mason who takes care of Football Communications for the Badgers, Wisconsin has produced the fourth-most Consensus All-Americans this decade. That list is headlined by Alabama, Florida State, and LSU.

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With this year’s selections of Zack Baun, Tyler Biadasz, and Jonathan Taylor, Wisconsin produced 11 total All-Americans this decade. That number is the most in the B1G since 2010:

Here is Wisconsin’s full list of Consensus All-Americans since 2010:

  • Lance Kendricks, 2010
  • Gabe Carimi, 2010
  • Montee Ball, 2011
  • Montee Ball, 2012
  • Melvin Gordon, 2014
  • Ryan Ramczyk, 2016
  • Jonathan Taylor, 2018
  • Beau Benzschawel, 2018
  • Zack Baun, 2019
  • Jonathan Taylor, 2019
  • Tyler Biadasz, 2019