The Marich Report - 5.30.14

The Marich Report - 5.30.14

From prospects who have already made a visit to Wisconsin (like the pictured Dareus Brown) to those that are planning trips in the coming weeks, it's going to be a busy summer for Wisconsin football. This week's Marich Report looks at a few of those players.

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