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2019 OT Logan Brown signs with Wisconsin

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The five star recruit will look to continue the tradition of elite offensive lineman in Madison.

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2019 OT Logan Brown

Position Height Weight School 247Sports Composite Ranking
Position Height Weight School 247Sports Composite Ranking
OT 6'6" 285 East Kentwood (Grand Rapids, MI) Five-Star; No. 4 OT

Logan Brown comes to Madison as the second-highest rated player (per 247Sports) in the recruiting rankings era, only behind Josh Oglesby.

Brown is a difference maker in a class, and has an incredible ceiling as a collegian. As athletic as prep tackles come, and possessing a frame that is conducive to adding more size and bulk, Brown would likely be gaining a lot more hype, if not for his future quarterback.

Brown is the type of talent that, when entering the program, should be viewed as a future cornerstone of the roster. Badger fans, get excited. The offensive line tradition isn’t going anywhere.

Rankings

247Sports (composite): Five stars; Grade: 0.9921; No. 17 player. No. 4 OT; No. 1 MI

247Sports: Five stars; Grade: 98; No. 5 player overall in the nation; No. 1 OT; No. 1 MI

ESPN: Four stars; Grade: 86; No 28 player overall in the nation; No. 7 OT; No. 3 Regional; No. 2 MI

Rivals: Four stars; No. 34 player overall in the nation; No. 5 OT; No. 1 MI

Verbally committed on November 18, 2017

Brown was the third commitment in the class, reportedly committing right after the Michigan game, much to the acclaim of the Wisconsin coaches. At the time, the Badgers had in-state athlete Leo Chenal, and a little-known (not for long) quarterback named Graham Mertz. Brown was a huge win for the Badgers, who continued their hot streak in the state of Michigan. The second highest ranked recruit in Wisconsin history, Brown will have high expectations in Madison.

According to 247Sports, Brown held offers from Wisconsin, Alabama, Michigan, Michigan State, Florida, Penn State, and Virginia Tech among others, along with interest from Auburn and Ohio State.

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