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UW Hopes Marshall Fills a Priority

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With Wisconsin wanting to get a point guard, a combo guard and two bigs for the 2011 recruiting class, the Badgers, who have already have a combo guard in Devon Hodges, are looking to target the point guard next, and Brooks Academy point guard George Marshall seems to be the target.

MADISON - The guard position will undoubtedly be a priority in the 2011 recruiting class for the Wisconsin Badgers. The Badgers will be graduating Trevon Hughes and Jason Bohannon this year and only have two true scholarship guards behind them in sophomores Jordan Taylor and Rob Wilson. Thus, Wisconsin has been focusing a lot of its recruiting efforts in an attempt to find a playmaker in the...

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