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Zagzebski was a force at D.C. Everest

In performing admirably during his first camp with no limitations or restrictions, redshirt freshman Konrad Zazgbeski has put himself into the mix in Wisconsin's 2011 defensive line rotation.

MADISON - There was nothing more that Konrad Zagzebski wanted than to play football for the University of Wisconsin last season. One of the top high school prospects in the state in 2009, Zagzebski was anxious to fit in with what he recognized as a deep, experienced group that could lead the Badgers to high levels. But with every pop of his left shoulder, Zagzebski recognized those aspirations...

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