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First and Foremost

First and Foremost

Despite receiving heavy interest from top programs all throughout the country, Milwaukee Marquette safety Michael Trotter saw no place that compared to the University of Wisconsin. After making his decision Sunday morning, Trotter talks to Badger Nation Sunday afternoon.

Badger Nation: You went to a lot of camps with your brother this summer and you particularly got a lot of attention, especially at camps at Maryland and Vanderbilt. Despite all your adventures, was Wisconsin always the school to beat? Michael Trotter: When I got the offer, I was definitely excited about it. I had a good camp and I felt good about it, even though I thought I could have done a...

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