Wisconsin Badgers running back Braelon Allen is reportedly entering the 2024 NFL Draft after three seasons of college football. The Wisconsin native enrolled in college early, and will likely be one of the youngest NFL Draft declarants.
PFF’s Ari Meirov reported the news via Twitter on Wednesday.
He began his career at Wisconsin in 2021. During his time there, he was Second Team All-Big Ten twice, in 2021 and 2022. During his first year, he played in 12 games but started in only four, making his appearance on the Second Team all the more impressive.
In 35 games (25 starts), Allen has 597 rushing attempts for 3,494 rushing yards and 35 touchdowns. He’s also caught 49 passes for 275 yards, but no touchdowns through the air. Allen has been named the MVP of two Bowl Games in his Wisconsin career, as well.
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