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Name: Leo Chenal 
College: Wisconsin     Number: 5
Height: 6-1   Weight: 261
Position: ILB  Pos2: OLB
Class/Draft Year: Jr/2023

40 Low: 4.56
   40 Time: 4.67
  40 High: 4.78
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Height: 6010
Weight: 261

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 Data Scout Notes: 2020: HMC

 Leo Chenal, Wisconsin, Player News

  10/17/21 - ILB Leo ChenalJr/2023, Wisconsin, 6-1, 261 (DS#13 ILB) + More +

  The one big weakness of Wisconsin's otherwise outstanding defense this season has been its inability to force turnovers. But the Badgers finally produced a takeaway at a critical moment Saturday late in the fourth quarter and outlasted a pesky Army team 20-14. Army (4-2) trailed 13-7 and had the ball when Leo Chenal delivered a punishing hit that knocked the ball loose from quarterback Jabari Laws. Wisconsin's Keeanu Benton recovered the fumble at Army's 1-yard line with 2:55 remaining. On the next play, Graham Mertz scored on a quarterback keeper for his second touchdown run of the night. "It was definitely the game-changing moment we needed," Benton said. Wisconsin (3-3) entered the weekend having allowed the second-fewest yards per game of any Football Bowl Subdivision program, but the Badgers were among the nation's worst teams at forcing turnovers. Laws' fumble was just Wisconsin's fourth takeaway of the season. "We always want to be going for that ball," said Chenal, who also had a career-high 17 tackles. "We need to be creating more turnovers than we are right now." Army cut the lead to 20-14 on A.J. Howard's 6-yard touchdown run with 38 seconds left, but Jack Sanborn recovered the ensuing onside kick to seal the victory. - Wisconsin/AP College Football

(DS#13 ILB) Jr/2023 ILB Leo ChenalWisconsin
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  10/23/20 - ILB Leo ChenalJr/2023, Wisconsin, 6-1, 261 (DS#13 ILB) + More +

  Looking the part has never been an issue for Leo Chenal. At 6-foot-2, 255 pounds, the sophomore inside linebacker for the University of Wisconsin football team is physically ready to assume a bigger role in the No. 14 Badgers defense. Ask his teammates and coaches, and the physical tools Chenal possesses are quick to come up. This summer while the Badgers were away from campus due to COVID-19, Chenal made waves with videos he posted on social media of him bench pressing. One video showed Chenal, who's set to make his first career start Friday when UW hosts Illinois, benching 225 pounds 40 times, and another showed him completing 18 reps at 315 pounds. For reference, at the 2020 NFL scouting combine, the highest number of bench reps of 225 pounds was 44 by offensive lineman Netane Muti; no linebacker completed more than 30 reps. "That man is crazy," senior safety Eric Burrell said of Chenal. 'He's one of the strongest guys we have on this team. He gives 110 percent every play, every play. You can look at him like, 'Golly, this dude's still going.' He's taking over (Chris Orr's) job, I think he's doing a hell of a job. I'm excited for what he has to bring this year, his first start. I think we're all excited for his opportunity and I think he'll be ready for it." - Wisconsin State Journal

(DS#13 ILB) Jr/2023 ILB Leo ChenalWisconsin
News Source: Wisconsin State Journal
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