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Wisconsin recruiting: Weekend camp highlights, new offer to OL Patrick Kasl

Happy Monday. Here's what went down on the Wisconsin recruiting scene this weekend.

Madison (Memorial), Wis., athlete Jake Ferguson.
Madison (Memorial), Wis., athlete Jake Ferguson.
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The Wisconsin Badgers ran their second one-day camp for high school players at Camp Randall Stadium and the McClain Center on Sunday. Per the recruiting experts in attendance, there were some players that stood out -- including two with offers already from Wisconsin -- while one player earned himself a scholarship from the coaching staff.

Madison (Memorial), Wis., prospect Jake Ferguson impressed 247Sports' Evan Flood ($) and was one of the players that stood out to BadgerBlitz.com's Jon McNamara ($). The 6'5, 205-pound grandson of Wisconsin athletic director Barry Alvarez and brother to current Badgers walk-on safety Joe Ferguson blocked and caught the ball well, at least according to the videos put up by Flood and McNamara on Sunday afternoon:

Seems like Ferguson enjoyed himself on the field as well.

Damascus, Md., athlete Jake Funk visited Wisconsin this weekend. The 5'11 190-pound athlete, per Flood's evaluation ($), displayed a solid 40-yard dash time ($) and got some hits in:

Funk spoke with both Flood ($) and BadgerNation.com's Ben Worgull ($) about his experiences.

Pickney (Chelsea), Michigan wide receiver Bailey Edwards, as seen in the videos below, appeared to make some plays against the defensive backs in attendance on Sunday. The 247Sports composite three-star recruit has offers from Minnesota, Bowling Green and Western Michigan -- along with a slew of other MAC schools.

Kasl earns offer

Forest Lake, Minn. offensive linemen Patrick Kasl was a name not known by many Badgers faithful heading into Sunday's camp. After the one-day camp, he may be someone to keep an eye on, as the Badgers offered the 6'6, 278-pound the composite two-star lineman shortly thereafter.

Kasl also has offers from Eastern Michigan, North Dakota and Yale.

Panasiuk commits to Michigan State

The Badgers made the top three for three-star Roselle (Lake Park), Ill., defensive tackle Mike Panasiuk, but they'll get no farther with him -- he committed to Michigan State on Monday. Panasiuk, 247Sports composite's No. 38 defensive tackle also had Penn State in his top three.