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2019 S Titus Toler signs with Wisconsin

The latest verbal commitment for UW makes it official

2019 S Titus Toler

Position Height Weight School 247Sports Composite Ranking
Position Height Weight School 247Sports Composite Ranking
S 5'11 180 St. John Bosco (Long Beach, Calif.) Three-star; No. 54 S

The 19th of 19 publicly known verbal commitments for Wisconsin’s class of 2019 locked down his decision on Dec. 14, when safety Titus Toler announced he would play for the Badgers.

A former Colorado commit, Toler will be the fourth projected defensive back to join this class of future Badgers alongside cornerbacks Dean Engram, Semar Melvin and James Williams.

Toler is also prep teammates with current Wisconsin signee and early enrollee Spencer Lytle, and the duo are one of two sets of future Badgers that played high school together—joining East Kentwood’s Logan Brown and Stephan Bracey.


247Sports (composite): Three stars; Grade: .08706; No. 648 player. No. 54 S; No. 73 CA

247Sports: Four stars; Grade 90; No. 360 player; No. 32 S; No. 56 CA

ESPN: Three stars; Grade: 75; No. 83 S; No. 178 Regional; No. 112 CA

Rivals: Three stars; 5.6 rating; No. 68 CA

Verbally committed on Dec. 14, 2018

One of four flips for Wisconsin in this recruiting cycle, Toler committed initially to Colorado back in the summer. After the Buffaloes fired head coach Mike MacIntyre, the Badgers coaching staff offered the prep standout from powerhouse St. John Bosco in late November.

He officially visited the weekend of Dec. 7-9, and made it official just a few days later.

Rivals shows 14 offers for the California defensive back, including from Power Five programs like Arizona State, Cal, Minnesota, UCLA, Washington, and Washington State.

A couple of reports noted that Toler received an offer from USC, but he made it official with Wisconsin on Wednesday morning.

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Bio (courtesy of

High School: Three-star recruit by 247 Sports, ESPN and Rivals … helped lead St. John Bosco (13-1) to CIF Southern Section Division 1 title game as a senior, recording 68 tackles, 4 interceptions and a fumble return touchdown … also lettered in track and field … coach was Jason Negro

Personal: Parents are Robert and Chandara Toler … father played football at Colorado from 1996-99