Paul Chryst sees improvement everywhere in spring camp

Echoing what position coaches and coordinators have been saying all spring, Wisconsin Badgers Head Coach Paul Chryst says that he's seeing improvement across the roster in spring practices.

On offense, outside Jonathan Taylor's hold on the top running back slot, there's opportunity abound for dozens of players to gain valuable playing time, and the result is a competitive camp.

The same can be said on defense, where the secondary and defensive line return experience, although the linebacker group will be seeing new players step into larger roles in 2019.

Quarterback is a position gaining a lot of attention, and since a two-deep won't be out any time soon, it's a chance to enjoy what all four at the position bring to the table.

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