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With two scholarship offers from Division I-FCS programs, Kenosha Bradford defensive back Trae Waynes was ready to make an impact on the summer circuit. Just like his lightening-fast speed, Waynes didn't wait long to grab his first BCS offer.

MADISON – The summer life of a college football recruit has officially begun for Trae Waynes. Traveling from state-to-state attending as many camps and visiting as many universities as possible is often the norm for big-time senior-to-be high school football players. Waynes, a defensive back recruit from Kenosha Bradford, began a series of one-day camps and visits last Thursday at Iowa State... Recommended Stories

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