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Ask freshman Kenzel Doe what he is bringing to the table for the University of Wisconsin and the 5-foot-8 North Carolina native will emphasize two points: his speed and that he's working hard to impress.

MADISON - When Kenzel Doe doesn't have his size and stature, the 5-foot-8 wide receiver makes up in confidence. The only scholarship member of the 2011 recruiting class to enroll early, Doe - a 5-foot-8 athlete from Reidsville, N.C., ¬- has come to campus and wowed the coaches and players in the program. His speed will be essential to his development, as the Badgers plan on playing him at wide... Recommended Stories

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