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Running back Jonathan Taylor (left) and offensive lineman Michael Deiter both have bright NFL futures ahead of them.

Wisconsin players with the brightest NFL future; Natrell Jamerson visits Green Bay

Wisconsin football and basketball are always the main topics in Bucky’s Breakfast, Land of 10’s daily Badgers notebook — but we cover news, notes and analysis across Badgers sports. Join us each morning to get caught up on everything you missed in the world of Wisconsin football, recruiting, basketball and more.

Wisconsin mailbag

Jesse Temple opens up the Wisconsin fan mailbag to answer questions on what is needed for the football team to have success, what current players have the best NFL potential, and which recruit the basketball team needs more — Nobal Days or D.J. Carton.

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Natrell Jamerson visits Green Bay

Former Badgers’ safety Natrell Jamerson was in Green Bay for a pre-draft visit with the Packers on Wednesday. The team has also had Jamerson’s former teammates Jack Cichy and Austin Ramesh in for visits this month.

Wisconsin hoops adds two players

The Badgers officially added two players to their 2018 recruiting class Wednesday. Three-star point guard Tai Strickland and 3-star center Joe Hedstrom signed their national letters of intent.

Jake Ferguson could make an impact

With Troy Fumagalli getting ready for the NFL draft, there is a big void to fill at tight end for the Badgers. Enter redshirt freshman Jake Ferguson, who has put together an impressive spring so far.

Paul Chryst speaks

The spring Big Ten coaches teleconference took place Wednesday. Here’s what Wisconsin coach Paul Chryst had to say.

Healthier Vince Biegel ready for season No. 2

Former Wisconsin linebacker Vince Biegel’s rookie season was impacted by surgery to both of his feet last May. Now healthy, he’s ready to show what he’s really got in year No. 2 with the Green Bay Packers.

Offensive depth apparent this spring

According to the Wisconsin State Journal’s Tom Oates, the Badgers recruiting and player development has led to a much deeper offense this spring.

Kayden Lyles pushing for playing time

Wisconsin’s top-rated recruit in the 2017 class, offensive lineman Kayden Lyles, is pushing for time at a number of positions this spring, writes Madison.com’s Jason Galloway.

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