James and Shaw both flashed during Wisconsin’s second spring scrimmage Friday and were easily the bright spots of the offense two weeks prior to the spring game.
Shaw – a redshirt sophomore – ran aggressively between the tackles and capped UW’s first-team offense’s second drive with a four-yard touchdown and was active in the pass game out of the backfield. James – a redshirt junior - ran with a sense of brutality. On the drive Shaw scored a touchdown on, James was wide open in the flat for a reception, did a wicked juke on Nick Nelson and held on to the ball after he was upended with a flip 47 yards down the field.
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