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- All-Big East First Team (ESPN.com)
- All-Big East Second Team (Coaches, Phil Steele)
- WVU Offensive Player of the Week against Maryland
- Helped pave the way for the WVU offense to average 37.6 points per game and to finish with more than 4,500 passing yards and more than 6,100 total yards
- Ranked second on the offense, seeing action on 943 plays
- Saw action on 70 or more plays in six games
- Saw action on 80 or more plays in two games
- Led the team with 55 knockdowns, averaging 4.2 knockdowns per game
- Season-high seven knockdowns against LSU
- Finished with five or more knockdowns in six games
Playing in this offense, Madsen has proven to be a capable shotgun snapper, demonstrating the combination of awareness, quickness and balance scouts are looking for in middle to late round center prospect.
To improve his standing with scouts, Madsen needs to continue to get stronger, as he relies on his quickness and technique to create holes. When faced with stronger defenders, Madsen can struggle to generate movement at the point of attack, resulting in his playing lower but also ducking his head on impact, at times, which can lead to successful swim moves by his opponent.