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Living in Wisconsin can have its bad side according to wide receiver Lance Kendricks. Kendricks loves his home state, but it's not exactly known as a hotbed of top football talent amongst college coaches. The 6-4, 207-pound Kendricks realized this and took matters into his own hands, and now he's reaping the benefits.

Wide receiver Lance Kendricks knew he had the talent to play DI football, but he wasn't sure anyone was going to notice. "It's kind of hard to get noticed playing football here. We had another wide receiver who was a senior last year so I didn't get as many touches as I wanted so I tried to make the most out of it with the opportunities I did get. "I guess most college coaches don't expect...

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