Wisconsin OL commit Logan Brown is all-in; WR Quintez Cephus getting healthy
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Logan Brown all-in on Wisconsin
As one of the top offensive lineman in the Class of 2019, Logan Brown still has a lot of coaches after him despite his commitment to the Badgers. But if the interaction he had with a coach from Georgia — that Jesse Temple writes about in his latest recruiting notebook — is any indication, Brown’s love for Wisconsin is strong.
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Quintez Cephus getting healthy
Wisconsin’s wide receivers were the talk of the Orange Bowl after tearing up the Miami secondary. But that performance came without the Badgers top weapon at the position — Quintez Cephus. A broken right leg ended his season in early November, but the junior is looking good in his rehab.
Badgers in a post-combine mock draft
Six former Wisconsin players attended the NFL combine last week, but only five of them appear in Matt Miller’s seven-round mock draft published Tuesday on Bleacher Report.
Joe Thomas interviewed for job with FOX Sports
Former Wisconsin All-American Joe Thomas is still undecided about returning for his 12th NFL season with the Cleveland Browns, although he may have indicated his thinking by reportedly interviewing for a job with FOX Sports as an analyst.
Nigel Hayes officially back in NBA
Toronto made official what had been reported Sunday. Former Wisconsin star Nigel Hayes has his second 10-day contract in the NBA, this one with the Eastern Conference-leading Raptors.
Disappointing season still has positives
The Badgers won’t play in the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 1998, but as Jim Polzin of the Wisconsin State Journal writes, coach Greg Gard took plenty of positives from the season.
Toughest player in college basketball
After playing with a shoulder injury that was extremely painful and hindered his movement, it’s no surprise that Wisconsin freshman Brad Davison was named the toughest basketball player in the country by Andy Katz at NCAA.com.
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