With the 2011 NFL Draft only a couple of days away, it's time to take a peek into where the 2010 Big Ten Champion Wisconsin Badgers players could potentially go. Capping a fantastic 2010 football season where the Badgers finished 11-1, including a win over #1 Ohio State, Wisconsin ended their season with a loss in the Rose Bowl to Texas Christian University.
After the season, defensive leader and team captain JJ Watt decided to forgo his final season of collegiate football to pursue his dream of competing in the NFL. His presence will surely be missed by the Badgers as they wish him well on his future success in the NFL.
Senior quarterback Scott Tolzien won the Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award, annually going to the Nation's top senior quarterback, after leading the Badgers in his final season and finishing with one of the highest efficiency ratings in the country.
Senior LT Gabe Carimi won the Outland Trophy, annually given to the Nation's top lineman. He joins Joe Thomas (drafted third overall in 2006) as the most recent Badgers to receive the award.
Now, it's time to check on where all your favorite Badgers could potentially go, and we start with Wisconsin's top prospect...