A former Wisconsin Badger wide receiver has committed to Kent State

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Former Wisconsin wide receiver Taj Mustapha has committed to play for the Kent State Golden Eagles according to the 247Sports website and the current Kent State football roster.

Mustapha entered the transfer portal back in April, that after playing three seasons for the Badgers.

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The former Badger caught one pass during his time in Madison, a three-yard touchdown back in 2018 against New Mexico. 247Sports listed the class of 2018 wide receiver as the No. 790 player in the class, the No. 121 wide receiver and the No. 21 recruit from his home state of Michigan.

He now joins a Kent State program lead by head coach Sean Lewis, a former Wisconsin tight end back in 2006 and 2007.

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