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After suffering a torn ACL at the end of his sophomore basketball season, Waukesha (Wis) West tight end Dylan Chmura is almost 100 percent healthy and taking some visits, including a trip to Wisconsin for the Penn State game.

MADISON - One of the key components in Waukesha West run to a WIAA Division 1 state championship in 2010, tight end Dylan Chmura was anxious to improve his resume and his recruiting stock. Catching a team-best two catches for 22 yards and a touchdown in the 45-26 victory over Stevens Point (West only threw five times), Chmura was poised to have a big summer in the weight room to prepare for his...

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