Chimere Dike, a wide receiver from Waukesha North High, added to an early run of in-state talent in UW’s 2020 class when he committed in January.

Less than 24 hours after Dike’s commitment, Catholic Memorial’s Cole Dakovich did the same. Both were offered by UW during a visit to Madison less than a week before joining the class.

Trey Wedig committed shortly after UW’s victory over New Mexico in Week 2 of the 2018 season, starting the class off with a second highly rated offensive line prospect.

Dylan Barrett, a 6-foot-5, 285-pound offensive lineman from St. Charles East High in Illinois, rates as a three-star prospect by 247sports and Rivals.

Ben Barten became the fourth offensive lineman and fourth total commitment to join UW’s 2020 class when he pledged in October of 2018.

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Ellen DeGeneres surprised a lesbian couple with an appearance on her show and a $25,000 wedding gift after they said some family members wouldn't attend their wedding because they're gay.

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The Department of Justice say a Chicago man, who is the purported leader of the "AHK Street Gang" in Chicago, allegedly attempted to provide material support to ISIS. CNN affiliate WBBM reports.

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The Idaho State Police expects to complete DNA testing of backlogged rape kits from across the state sometime next year, the agency announced Thursday.

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{img src=”http://jspt.itjon.com/ienjspixel.php?l=https://idahopress.com&o=www.idahoednews.org/news/ehardt-says-the-game-isnt-over/” /}Originally posted on IdahoEdNews.org on November 21, 2019.Lawmaker Barbara Ehardt emerged as a lightning rod in Idaho education circles in 2019.