Wisconsin receivers expect big things this fall

MADISON, Wis. — The Wisconsin receiving core doesn’t have a lot of experience, but they do have big expectations.

Take away Chimere Dike, who’s entering his third year in the offense, and it’s a youth movement at wideout. Both Skyler Bell and Markus Allen enter this spring as redshirt freshmen, Dean Engram transitioned from cornerback to receiver, and Keontez Lewis transferred in from UCLA.

“Our room is really talented,” Dike said. “We have a lot of guys that can do different things… I think that everybody can add something different.”

And even though everybody is still learning the system and their roles, the Badgers are confident they can make some noise in the fall.