Wisconsin linebacker Chris Borland capped his collegiate career with a memorable season. The 5-foot-11, 245-pounder was cornerstone of the Badgers bruising defense, as he led the team with 92 total tackles and eight tackles for loss this season.
Borland closed the door on his collegiate career, and now he is preparing to begin a new phase of his football career. The former Badgers star caught up with Scout.com after his North squad wrapped up practice for the Senior Bowl to talk about his time in Madison, how he is preparing for the next level, and more, in the video below.
Senior Bowl: Chris Borland
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