According to some reports and B5Q’s own confirmation, some 2019 commits will be in town along with key recruits and a couple of official visitors. What better time to show off Camp Randall Stadium and the campus area than under the lights in a primetime game.
This is likely not the full list of recruits that could attend, though B5Q has tried to confirm various reports as possible.
TE Hayden Rucci
B5Q confirmed with the prep tight end standout—a four-star recruit and Rivals’ No. 250 player in the country—earlier this week that he will be in town.
QB Graham Mertz
B5Q confirmed with the four-star quarterback that he will be in Madison.
OL Joe Tippmann
B5Q confirmed with the 247Sports four-star lineman earlier this week that he’ll be in town for the game.
OLB Spencer Lytle
B5Q confirmed with the high three-star ‘backer from California that he’ll be in town.
OL Logan Brown
Looks like the 247Sports composite five-star lineman and Wisconsin commit is heading to Madison as well.
5 hours out of Wisconsin ⚪️— Logan Brown (@loganbrown53) October 6, 2018
Inside linebacker Jared Casey
On Friday, he tweeted this graphic from Wisconsin:
TE Clay Cundiff
247Sports’ crystal ball predictions have completely flipped to the Badgers for the current Kansas verbal. A three-star prospect by 247Sports and Rivals, B5Q confirmed with the prep tight end that he will be officially visiting Wisconsin this weekend (both recruiting services previously reported that he would be visiting as well).
Wisconsin already has one tight end in this recruiting cycle with Rucci, but based on the writing on the proverbial wall (*stares at crystal ball projections*), it appears another could be coming to Madison.
OLB Skyler Meyers
BadgerBlitz.com’s Jon McNamara reported on Oct. 2 that the Blue Springs, Mo., recruit will be in town. He is a two-star prospect by 247Sports.
2019 Wisconsin basketball commit Tyler Wahl
The lone commit for Greg Gard’s current recruiting cycle, it looks like the Minnesota native will be in town.
Lineman Dylan Barrett
LB Cole Dakovich
B5Q confirmed with the Waukesha, Wis. (Catholic Memorial) recruit that he will be at the game. 247Sports’ Allen Trieu first reported the visit earlier this week.
Waukesha (Wis.) Catholic Memorial 2020 LB Cole Dakovich (6-5, 220) took a few years off football, but is back this year and playing well enough to be recruited by the Big Ten. He visits #Wisconsin this weekend and has already been to #Iowa. (VIP) https://t.co/IjpLbJLfHo pic.twitter.com/tlLEfpDcWu— Allen Trieu (@AllenTrieu) October 3, 2018
DE J.C. Latham
McNamara confirmed on Friday night that the in-state prep standout will be at Camp Randall.
OL Blake Fisher
Wisconsin just offered the Avon, Ind., recruit earlier this week. That high school ring a bell? It should, as it’s the alma mater of current true freshman wide receiver Isaac Guerendo. 247Sports’ Steve Wiltfong first reported the news.