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No Change at the Top

No Change at the Top

Announcing his favorite over a month ago, Cincinnati fullback Trayion Durham has had many schools at his doorstep. But with what his favorite school has to offer, Durham is not ready to shake up his list.

MADISON - Ranked as high as he and putting the numbers that he did, Wisconsin fans had a justifiable reason to be giddy about Trayion Durham. When Badger Nation reported in June that Durham (6-foot-1, 230 pounds) had named Wisconsin as his top school, there were reasons to be excited. Hailing from Colerain (Cincinnati) High, Durham – ranked as the No.3 fullback in the country by Recommended Stories

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