clock menu more-arrow no yes mobile

Filed under:

Isaac Guerendo headlines another strong week for Wisconsin commits

Catching up with some of the Badgers’ 2018 commits.

If you buy something from an SB Nation link, Vox Media may earn a commission. See our ethics statement.

Let the hype train for Wisconsin Badgers commit Isaac Guerendo continue.

The Avon, Ind., native and class of 2018 wide receiver/athlete continues to showcase his skill set each week, with his stat sheet growing every time he steps on the field.

Just take a look at his performance in Friday’s loss. According to the Indianapolis Star, Guerendo scored two touchdowns: one on an 80-yard reception, the other on an 80-yard run. The Star also reported Guerendo caught seven passes for 204 yards.

Guerendo committed to Wisconsin in early July, and it will be interesting to see how the Badgers’ coaching staff utilizes the speedy commit in the years to come.

Here are some other performances from Wisconsin recruits this past weekend.

RB/LB John Chenal

We profiled the latest commit for the class of 2018 on Saturday, but according to, the preferred walk-on from Grantsburg ran for 215 yards on 19 carries with three touchdowns in the Pirates’ 36–0 win over Saint Croix Falls. He also add a receiving touchdown and 11 tackles in the win.

Playing running back and linebacker, it appears he has now scored 23 touchdowns in Grantsburg’s 6–0 start.

WR A.J. Abbott

Here’s a nice reception from the Michigan native.

RB Nakia Watson

Check out Watson’s Hudl highlights vs. Bowie at the 48-second mark. The Austin American-Statesman reported Watson rushed for 155 yards and three touchdowns on Friday.

Watson told B5Q on Sunday that he already has 700 yards on 80 carries, with 11 touchdowns.

DE Boyd Dietzen

According to, Dietzen has recorded 34 total tackles, nine for loss, with two sacks on the season for the undefeated Papermakers. That includes nine tackles, four for loss, and a sack in Kimberly’s 15–8 win over Neenah on Friday.

S Reggie Pearson

The first known verbal commitment for the class of 2018, Pearson now appears to have received an official invitation to play in the Offense-Defense Bowl.