Leading and maintaining a standout college football program does not stop, even after losing a heart-wrenching Big Ten Championship Game just a day prior.
For Wisconsin Badgers head coach Paul Chryst, he and his assistants started along the recruiting trail with some in-home visits over the course of the past couple of days.
Judging by who posted pictures, Chryst started right away on Sunday and branched outward. Three-star defensive end Isaiah Mullens tweeted a photo with himself alongside Chryst and offensive coordinator/offensive line coach Joe Rudolph, though his profile is private.
Here is more from Wisconsin’s whirlwind in-home visit tour around the Midwest.
Wide receiver Isaac Guerendo
Quarterback Chase Wolf
On Monday, some of the class of 2018 recruits from Michigan posted pictures with their future coaching staff:
Rockwood, Mich., athlete Jaylan Franklin
Safety Reggie Pearson
Offensive lineman Michael Furtney
It was not just Chryst, Rudolph, and inside linebackers coach Bob Bostad that were out on the recruiting trail.
California product and projected Badgers cornerback Alex Smith tweeted on Monday that wide receivers coach/offensive pass game coordinator Ted Gilmore stopped by as well.
Wisconsin commits Bryson Williams, Nakia Watson offered by Big Ten schools
Nebraska hired former quarterback Scott Frost as its new head coach this weekend, and he set his sights on one of Wisconsin’s commits in Bryson Williams. The Lincoln, Neb. (Southeast) defensive lineman tweeted on Sunday that his home-state program offered.
Blessed to have received an offer from the University of Nebraska. pic.twitter.com/mco0Oxg5Fd— Bryson Williams (@brysonjw_18) December 4, 2017
Austin, Texas (Westlake) running back Nakia Watson, the lone back in Wisconsin’s class of 2018, tweeted on Sunday that he was offered by Jeff Brohm’s Purdue staff.