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Name: Logan Bruss 
College: Wisconsin     Number: 60
Height: 6-5   Weight: 316
Position: OT  Pos2: OG
Class/Draft Year: rSr/2022

40 Low: 5.14
   40 Time: 5.24
  40 High: 5.35
Projected Round:   Stock:    

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Height: 6045
Weight: 316

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 Data Scout Notes: 2021: POutland...2020: 3rdC...2019: HMC

 Logan Bruss, Wisconsin, Player News

  07/15/21 - OT Logan BrussrSr/2022, Wisconsin, 6-5, 316 (DS#11 OT) + More +

  There is no better commercial pairing than beef with...uh, more beef. It was only a matter of time in the dawn of "name, image and likeness" that a bunch of University of Wisconsin offensive linemen wind up connected with some form of deliciousness. Though Red Robin was perhaps the early favorite for such a pact, it appears the UW offensive line group has forged a partnership with Mission BBQ. That's quarterback Graham Mertz on the far right, sporting gear with his new trademarked personal logo.

The rest of the squad pictured includes, from left, Kayden Lyles, Josh Seltzner, Logan Bruss, Tyler Beach, Blake Smithback, Jack Nelson and Joe Tippmann. It's all part of the changed NCAA landscape that allows athletes to make money participating in ventures such as these. The big fellas on the other side of the ball are getting some love too, with Matt Henningsen signing on with Degree Deodorant. Mission BBQ lists locations in 16 states on its website, four in Wisconsin, including Madison, Kenosha, Brookfield and West Allis. - Journal Sentinel


(DS#11 OT) rSr/2022 OT Logan BrussWisconsin
News Source: Journal Sentinel
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  05/03/21 - OT Logan BrussrSr/2022, Wisconsin, 6-5, 316 (DS#11 OT) + More +

  UW associate head coach and offensive line coach Joe Rudolph shuffled around things this spring after losing two starters on the offensive line. One move that was suggested as permanent was senior Logan Bruss moving from right guard, where he played in 2020, to right tackle, where he started almost the entire 2019 season. "Bruss is probably our most consistent performer and yet still has a kind of let-it-loose, difference-maker type of ability," Rudolph said. "Putting him in a spot where he can do just that was an emphasis for this season." Bruss was steady as usual throughout spring and provides an anchor on the right side of the line for UW. - Journal Sentinel

(DS#11 OT) rSr/2022 OT Logan BrussWisconsin
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  04/12/21 - OT Logan BrussrSr/2022, Wisconsin, 6-5, 316 (DS#11 OT) + More +

  Logan Bruss has felt the dynamics of the University of Wisconsin offensive line's meeting room shift this offseason. The Appleton product has preferred throughout his career to allow his actions to set the tone for the group and keep his talking to a minimum. But Bruss views it as his obligation to be a sounding board for his line-mates as he enters his fifth year in the program and third as a regular starter. "Every time you get to your senior year, you kind of feel a responsibility that it's kind of your time to take over the reins," he said. "I think we have a real good thing going right now and I'm excited to see where it goes." Bruss has been one of the most consistent players on the Badgers' offensive line the past two seasons, associate head coach and offensive line coach Joe Rudolph said. He and Jon Dietzen were the only two Badgers offensive linemen to start all seven games last season. - Wisconsin State Journal

(DS#11 OT) rSr/2022 OT Logan BrussWisconsin
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