Wisconsin Badgers defensive back Rachad Wildgoose (5) defends during an NCAA Big Ten Championship college football game against the Ohio State Buckeyes Saturday, Dec. 7, 2019, in Indianapolis. The Buckeyes won 34-21. (Photo by David Stluka/Wisconsin Athletic Communications)

The Wisconsin Badgers have another defensive player in the NFL, as cornerback Rachad Wildgoose was selected in the sixth round (No. 213 overall) by the Buffalo Bills on Saturday.

Wildgoose played three seasons for the Badgers, logging 57 tackles (five for loss), one interception, three forced fumbles and 14 passes defensed in 24 contests.

In 2020, Wildgoose logged six tackles and two tackles for loss in two contests before injuring his shoulder in the first half of a 17-7 loss at Northwestern and opting out of the rest of the season.

Wildgoose is the first Badgers defensive back to be selected since Nick Nelson (Oakland) and Natrell Jamerson (New Orleans) in 2018. Nelson was a fourth-round pick (No. 110 overall), while Jamerson was selected in the fifth round (No. 164).