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Wildcats' scrimmage by the numbers

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The numbers are in from the Wildcats' scrimmage Saturday in Kenosha at UW-Parkside.

Looks like, statistically speaking, the big cat was receiver Venric Mark with three catches for 60 yards and a touchdown. Mark even looked faster and said after the scrimmage that he worked a lot on his strength and speed conditioning in the offseason. He agreed that he looks faster, because he feels faster.

Fellow receiver Drew Moulton, a sophomore out of Freeland, Mich., also put up decent numbers Saturday with six catches for 34 yards and a touchdown.

It was no surprise that quarterback Dan Persa sat out the scrimmage, as did about 15 other starters. But one of Persa's backups, Evan Watkins, led the four quarterbacks -- Kain Colter, Trevor Siemian and Zack Oliver -- in passing with 82 yards on 8 of 14 passing. Siemian and Oliver both tossed touchdown passes.

Defensively, Davon Custis and Damien Proby led the Wildcats with 6.5 and six tackles, respectively.

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