Preseason camp begins tomorrow (Saturday) for the Wisconsin football team. For coach Paul Chryst, one of his challenges is to find a receiving partner for fifth year senior Jazz Peavy. He’ll be the leader of the Badger receiving corps after he caught 63 passes for 903 yards and five scores in his last two years. Senior George Rushing appears to be the top candidate for the wideout spot opposite Peavy but he only had 18 catches last year for 208 yards — and sophomore Quintez Cephus is also in the mix along with redshirt freshman Kendric Pryor and A-J Taylor. Peavy became more versatile in his junior year as he emerged as a deep threat with averages of around 15 yards for both catches and his rushes from scrimmage