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Joe Schafer (L) - Brendan Kelly (R)

One thing about watching film, especially highlight tapes, is that everyone looks like a world-beater. The key is to evaluate the total package of a prospect and what that prospects strengths and weaknesses are. I can't help but think that Minnesota's Brendan Kelly is the perfect fit for the Badgers system.

Let's break down Brendan Kelly a little further. The 6-foot-7, 234-pounder, from the Academy of Holy Angels in Richfield has everything you're looking for in a defensive end and the only negative I see is that he plays against sub-par to poor competition at the high school level. I love the upside of Brendan Kelly and I know Randall McCray has to be chomping at the bit to get to get him down to...

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