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Hayes Follows his Dad

Hayes Follows his Dad

Twelve years after his father left the Wisconsin coaching staff, Moeller (Ohio) defensive end Jesse Hayes is bringing his family back to Madison, as the three-star defensive end makes his verbal commitment Sunday night.

MADISON - In less than one week, Wisconsin went from zero recruits on the defensive line to two three-star players that will be causing havoc for years to come. Following in the footsteps of Chicago's James Adeyanju on Tuesday, Moeller (Ohio) High defensive end Jesse Hayes committed to recruiting coach Joe Rudolph at 6 p.m. Sunday night, ending a long and tiring recruiting process for the 6-foot... Recommended Stories

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