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Antonio Fenelus (Brad Fedie/2009)

Notching a career-high with nine tackles, including eight solo stops, Antonio Fenelus shows why not redshirting last season has provided dividens for the sophomore cornerback since week one.

MINNESOTA - Senior captain Chris Maragos remembers his first meeting with Miami-area cornerback Antonio Fenelus. Hosted by fellow Miami cornerback Aaron Henry, Fenelus was on his official visit in December 2007, attending a UW basketball game and seeing what the campus had to offer, but kept his thoughts close to the vest. "He was the quietest guy in the whole entire world," Maragos said... Recommended Stories

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