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Wisconsin Consistently Produces NFL Talent

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Jacob Pedersen was honored as the Kwalick-Clark Big Ten Tight End of the Year in 2012. Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images).
Jacob Pedersen was honored as the Kwalick-Clark Big Ten Tight End of the Year in 2012. Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images).

6-4, 241 pounds

2012 season: 27 rec., 355 yds., 4 TDs

Pedersen is another in a long line of highly productive tight ends from Wisconsin. He doesn’t possess ideal size, making him a better H-back prospect than an inline tight end. He shows good technique as a blocker and athleticism with the ball in his hands. Peterson could be the first tight end drafted in 2014.