"I'm going to be a prefered walk-on at Wisconsin," said wide receiver, Luke Swan.
"I had a couple of 1-AA offers but I grew up a Badgers fan and Madison is close to home.
"Wisconsin has a good walk-on program and I'm going to come in and work as hard as I can and see what happens.
"I grew up loving the Badgers and this is like a dream come true for me."
Swan, a 6-foot, 180-pounder, from Fennimore, Wisconsin was named all-state the past two seasons.
Swan had 1,400 yards receiving in 2001 but those numbers dipped this year with an inexperienced quarterback behind center for Fennimore.
"Last year, I had an all-state quarterback throwning me the ball. This year was kind of tough but I still had a good year.
"I'm looking forward to showing the Wisconsin coaches what I can do." Swan said.
Swan Lands In Madison
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