Wisconsin OL Ryan Ramczyk made right choice for football over welding

MADISON, Wis. -- One of the best stories in college football is a 6-foot-6, 314-pound offensive lineman who attended four schools before ever seriously considering Division I football. He is someone who quit the sport and thought he might become a welder or a law enforcement member. He is an absolute force who has risen from obscurity into one of the superior players at his position in the country.

He is Wisconsin left tackle Ryan Ramczyk. And if you do not yet know the name, you soon will. Ten weeks ago, Ramczyk (pronounced RAM-check), was preparing to play the first FBS game of his college career. Now, many NFL scouts believe he is a bona fide late first-round draft pick this spring -- if he decides to leave school a year early.

It is a path Ramczyk can only describe as "crazy."

"I don't know if you can find too many guys that have gone to four other schools before they end up here," he said.
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