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Jeff Lewis (Fleming/11)

Last season, Jeff Lewis impressed the Wisconsin coaches with his speed and elusiveness imitating the spread quarterbacks on the 2010 schedule. Now, Lewis is hoping to impress the coaches like James White did a season ago, by running for a ton of yards out of the Wisconsin backfield.

MADISON – Growing up, Jeff Lewis wanted to be a dynamic running back. He certainly laid the foundation for that at Brookfield Central. Ranked as the No.49 running back in the country by Scout in 2010, Lewis rushed 180 times for 1,305 yards and 18 touchdowns in 18 career games. With his work on scout team last season, one would have thought he was the next great spread quarterback. With Wisconsin... Recommended Stories

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