On Saturday, Penn State will travel to Wisconsin as both teams play their final regular-season games.
For Wisconsin, a win would send them to 10-2. While Michigan State has already locked up the Legends division and is headed to the Big Ten title game against Ohio State, the Badgers still have an outside chance at an at-large BCS bid. If Michigan State loses, they'll fall out of contention, with Wisconsin likely sliding up in the polls. A conference can be represented in BCS games by as many as two of its teams.
Penn State will look to pull off the upset and avoid moving to 6-6 on the year. After going 8-4 last year under first-year head coach Bill O'Brien, his team's second go-around hasn't produced similar results.
Despite there being two teams at two different ends of the spectrum, there will be plenty of players on both sides of the ball who could be playing on Sundays in the future.
Here is a list of the five best prospects for the 2014 NFL draft in this year's Penn State-Wisconsin game.