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No. 8 Wisconsin vs. No. 4 Michigan: TV schedule, game time, 2017 NFL Draft prospects

Scouting report on two 2017 NFL Draft prospects in today’s matchup between Wisconsin and Michigan.

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No. 8 Wisconsin vs. No. 4 Michigan
Time: 12:30 P.M.
Date: Saturday, October 1
Location: Michigan Stadium, Ann Arbor, MI
Spread: Michigan -10.5

Wisconsin prospect to watch:

Vince Biegel | OLB | 47 | Senior | 6’3” | 241 lbs

Scouting Report: Biegel possesses a high motor. He plays with intensity and will stop at nothing to get in on the action. He has a fairly quick first-step and a strong lower body, which leads to numerous offensive-line knockbacks. Biegel does a fine job of getting his legs underneath him to using leverage to hold ground and funnel the ball carrier inside. No. 47 is a solid tackler and will rarely miss tackles when he wraps up. On the downside, Biegel is more of a football player than anything. He lacks elite speed and explosiveness. He has trouble converting speed into power, getting the offensive lineman to commit one way and then dipping underneath him to locate the quarterback. Biegel is tight-hipped and will likely find problems dropping into coverage at the next level. He could also stand to get his more involved and become more violent.

Wisconsin: (OLB) Vince Biegel, (RB) Corey Clement, (C/OG) Dan Voltz, (QB) Bart Houston, (CB) Sojourn Shelton

Michigan prospects to watch:

Jake Butt | TE | 88 | Senior | 6’5” | 250 lbs

Scouting Report: Butt showcases many intriguing traits including strong hands. He is a super reliable target who will secure passes over the middle and through traffic in general. He utilizes his big frame and knows how to box out defenders really well. Butt is a solid route runner and has a good feel for option patterns. In the run game, Butt is an okay blocker but lacks tenacity and the ability to drive defenders backward.