GREEN BAY, Wis. (WBAY) - The Wisconsin Badgers have had four players selected in the NFL Draft so far. The first Badgers off the big board was offensive guard Michael Deiter.
Deiter was slected in the third round, pick no. 78 by the Miami Dolphins.
On the third day of the NFL Draft, two Wisconsin players were picked. Linebacker Ryan Connelly was picked in the fifth round, pick no. 143 by the New York Giants.
Then eight picks later, linebacker Andrew Van Ginkel was picked by the Dolphins.
In the fifth round, the Los Angeles Rams selected offensive lineman David Edwards with the 169th pick.
Wisconsin Badgers drafted in the 2019 NFL Draft
OG Michael Deiter -- Miami Dolphins -- 3rd round, pick no. 78
LB Ryan Connelly -- New York Giants -- 5th round, pick no. 143
LB Andrew Van Ginkel -- Miami Dolphins -- 5th round, pick no. 151
OL David Edwards -- L.A. Rams -- 5th round, no. 169
OL Beau Benzschawel (SIGNED UDFA deal with Detroit Lions)
LB T.J. Edwards (SIGNED UDFA deal with Eagles)
S D'Cota Dixon (Invited to Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Eagles, Arizona Cardinals and San Francisco 49ers Rookie Camps)
FB Alec Ingold (SIGNED UDFA deal with Oakland Raiders)
DL Olive Sagapolu
RB Taiwan Deal
RB Chris James (Invited to Chicago Bears minicamp)
TE Zander Neuville