A third former Wisconsin high school football player went in the NFL Draft.
With the #143rd overall selection in the 2020 NFL Draft (4th round), the Baltimore Ravens selected former Arrowhead and Michigan offensive lineman Ben Bredeson.
Bredeson was the top-ranked player in the Class of 2016 in the state of Wisconsin according to WisSports.net, and was the state player of the year in football.
Here's what NFL.com has to say:
Four-year starter who will get dinged for some athletic limitations, but possesses the body type, leadership and toughness necessary to play in the league. Bredeson is best-suited firing out in a power-based rushing attacking where his disadvantages in space can be mitigated. There are correctable elements in his game that should forge continued improvement, but there will be some bumpy roads against interior quickness. He should become an average starter.
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