Brent Yarina, Senior Editor, January 23, 2016

The Big Ten knows all about Michael Caputo and what he adds to a defense.

The former Wisconsin safety put his skills on display in the 91st East-West Shrine Game on Saturday at Tropicana Field. Caputo picked off a pair of passes, including one vs. ex-Wisconsin quarterback Joel Stave, and tallied three tackles en route to claiming defensive MVP honors in the West team's 29-9 victory.

Caputo's second interception came vs. a familiar foe, as well, as he picked off former former Iowa and Michigan quarterback Jake Rudock in the fourth quarter.

The two interceptions were just one fewer than the safety had in his four standout seasons with the Badgers.

Well done, Michael. Now, best of luck in the 2016 NFL Draft.