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Here are the five Wisconsin players you need to know if you’re an LSU fan: Melvin Gordon, Melvin Gordon, Melvin Gordon, Melvin Gordon and Melvin Gordon.

I’ll give you a real list, but that’s not really tongue-in-cheek. Safety Dezmen Southward (third round), linebacker Chris Borland (third round), running back James White (fourth round), receiver Jared Abbrederis (fifth round) and defensive tackle Beau Allen (seventh round) were all selected in the NFL Draft.

That doesn’t leave many recognizable names, especially at the skill positions. Don’t take that as an indication that the Badgers are no good. As you might expect, Wisconsin is strongest at the line of scrimmage.

1. RB Melvin Gordon: He’s averaged 8.1 yards per carry during his Wisconsin career. The 6-foot-1, 210-pound back carried less than 16 times per game last season, but still topped 1,600 rushing yards sharing the backfield with White. But instead of entering the NFL Draft, Gordon decided to get his season as The Man behind the Badgers’ offensive line. If he stays healthy and secures a larger portion of the carries, Gordon could approach a 2,000-yard season.

2. NT Warren Herring: Talk about a tremendous matchup. Herring, who entered Wisconsin at 225 pounds, hit a high-water mark of 298 last season. He’s a strong pass rusher, making four sacks last year as a backup, and leaned out to 6-foot-3 and 285 pounds for this season. But he’s also no slouch holding the point of attack at the line of scrimmage.

3. LT Tyler Marz: An honorable mention All-Big Ten performer as a sophomore in 2013, Marz is a great run blocker who is improving in pass protection. South Carolina’s Jadeveon Clowney outplayed him in the Capital One Bowl, but that’s no indictment. He presents a challenge for LSU’s defensive line.

4. RT Rob Havenstein: His run/pass skill set represents an even bigger gap than Marz, but at 6-foot-8 and 333 pounds, he’s been described as “a slab of a man” and “a mammoth road-grader.” He’s also the “unquestioned leader” of the offense according to coach Gary Andersen.

5. C Don Voltz: He redshirted in 2012 and dealt with a hamstring injury last year, so there’s not a lot of history on Voltz. But he’s already getting some whispers as an NFL prospect. ESPN Wisconsin ranked him as the No. 6 most important player for the Badgers in 2014. Voltz has every opportunity to become the next great Wisconsin center, and this season could be his breakout year.

Others To Watch: CB Sojourn Shelton, S Michael Caputo, RB Corey Clement, DE Chikwe Obasih.