No UW players taken on Day 2 of NFL draft

Jeff Potrykus
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Badgers linebacker Vince Biegel celebrates one of his three sacks last season.

MADISON - Day 2 of the 2017 National Football League draft was a quiet one for Wisconsin’s players and coaches.

One day after linebacker T.J. Watt and offensive tackle Ryan Ramczyk were selected in the first round, no UW player was taken in either the second or the third rounds Friday in Philadelphia.

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The list of players to watch in rounds four through seven Saturday includes:

Outside linebacker Vince Biegel, tailback Corey Clement, cornerback Sojourn Shelton and tailback Dare Ogunbowale.