Wisconsin middle linebacker Mark Zalewski will be heading to New York after evaluating a few opportunities from NFL clubs.
A two-time defensive captain for the Badgers, Zalewski led the team with 90 tackles during his senior year.
During his three seasons as a starter, Zalewski made 228 tackles (131 solo), recovered 2 fumbles, intercepted 2 passes, and broke up 8 passes. He also racked up 8 sacks and 29 tackles for a loss during his 37 starts.
At his Pro Day, Zalewski ran a 4.63-second forty, benched 19 reps, posted a 33.5" vertical jump, 9'09" broad jump and ran the 3-cone drill in 7.15 seconds.
To learn more about this All-Big Ten Conference linebacker, visit his player profile page here at Scout.com. And be sure to check out the stories in the left column that includes an exclusive interview with Mark.
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