The University of Wisconsin football program has a track record of producing consistent NFL players.

UW might not have the volume of players drafted as some of college football’s blue-blood programs, but a Badger has been selected in the NFL draft each of the past 40 seasons. UW has produced 31 first-round picks, and could have a few more this April depending on how things shake out.

The current crop of Badgers ready to go pro has the chance to add to the program’s legacy of producing top offensive line, running back and linebacker talent.

There are still a handful of Badgers considering their NFL option, but here’s a look at how NFL draft evaluators see UW’s declared prospects early in the draft process, including a composite range of where they’ll be selected.

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