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Luke Swan (UW Athletics)

Badgers' top three receivers are seniors, leaving big shoes to fill, and a golden opportunity for several young players

"You can put all those younger guys in one barrel," said Wisconsin wide receivers coach Henry Mason. "All those younger guys" refers to the Badgers' future at wide receiver. Wisconsin's top three wideouts—Brandon Williams, Jonathan Orr and Brandon White—are all seniors. They have combined for 97 receptions, 1,691 receiving yards and 14 touchdown catches this season. All other UW receivers have a...

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