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Removing the Bulls-Eye

Removing the Bulls-Eye

With dreams of playing college football at the next level, Waunakee (Wis.) lineman Jake Irwin decided to take action. Penciling out his summer camp schedule, Irwin decided to make Wisconsin a last-minute stop on his camp tour, a decision that turned out to be wise choice.

WAUNAKEE, Wis. - Jake Irwin had no problem flying under the radar. Finishing his sophomore season at Waunakee High School, the 6-foot-5, 255-pound Irwin was never worried about college recruiting, or anything else for that matter. The only thing important to Irwin was hanging out with his friends and doing some lineman camps with his teammates. But with aspirations to play college football at...

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