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Whalen Sees Improvement

Whalen Sees Improvement

Spending the offseason dedicated to shaving seconds off his testing times, Wausau West linebacker Jake Whalen left the University of Wisconsin's summer camp pleased with his results.

Although the end goal was earning a scholarship from the University of Wisconsin, Wausau West linebacker Jake Whalen came to the Badgers one-day high school summer camp with his own personal goal in mind: improve his testing numbers. It was an entirely different mindset and approach than what Whalen did a year ago, when he only camped at Wisconsin and did so because a friend of his was going and...

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