(Madison, WI) — Wisconsin receivers’ coach Ted Gilmore says he has four solid candidates to start opposite senior wideout Jazz Peavy this fall. They are George Rushing, who will also be a senior — sophomores Quintez Cephus and A-J Taylor — and Kendric Pryor, who will begin his eligibility after redshirting last fall. Rushing was the Badgers’ third receiver last fall, with 12 catches for 136 yards — and Gilmore says he has made fewer mental errors during the U-W’s spring practices. Cephus started five games and played in all 14 as a freshman, with five catches and five rushing attempts for 135 total yards. Cephus missed Tuesday’s practice to attend the funeral of his father, Andre Taylor, who was murdered in Macon, Georgia.