After two seasons at safety, Arrington Farrar has moved to inside linebacker during the Wisconsin spring football practices. Defensive coordinator Jim Leonhard says the Badgers have enough safeties, and Farrar has outgrown the position after gaining 30 pounds since his senior year of high school. Leonhard says it would have been a “constant battle” for Farrar to maintain a proper weight level and enough speed in the defensive backfield — and the defensive coaches want to find out if Farrar is comfortable enough to grow into a linebacker spot as the Badgers move into summer workouts and the fall preseason camp. Farrar will be a junior this fall, after playing two seasons as a backup D-B and on special teams. Wisconsin has three spring practices this week, the last of which is today (Friday) in advance of the Spring Game two weeks from tonight (Friday).