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Wolfe done with Junior Day in Lincoln

Kai Wolfe

It's odd to think that a Nebraska kid, and a football prospect at that, would be seeing the University of Nebraska in earnest for the first time as they are getting ready for their senior year of prep ball. But for players like that, specifically Alma's Kai Wolfe, it makes it all that much better. Seeing everything for the first time for Junior Days in Lincoln, was a treat.

Facilities at a school that sports an eight-man football team probably aren't going to be among the best you have seen. Usually, it's a couple of barbells, one squat rack, a hip sled and maybe a nautilus or two. Alma might be a bit better than that, as Kai Wolfe, a 6-2 7-8, 302 lbs. lineman, said that he once had an ice bath after a game. Well, kind of. "I got a couple of bags of ice and threw... Recommended Stories

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