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With the Wisconsin coaching staff making a move to recruit bigger, taller receivers over the past few years, it only seemed fitting that after he had a solid junior season, the Badgers offered a scholarship to Woodland Hills (PA) High receiver Shakim Alonzo.

MADISON - In an effort to become more balanced and open up the offense, it seems that the Wisconsin coaches are starting to recruit taller, bigger receivers to take advantage of some of the Big Ten's smaller defensive backs. Shakim Alonzo fits that description perfectly. Alonzo is a 6-5, 200-pound receiver from Woodland Hills (PA) High. Alonzo who will be a senior this coming school year has five...

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