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A look at this weekend’s official visits and Friday’s Wisconsin camp participants

Here’s what we know for the weekend of June 1.

Jake Kocorowski

With the Wisconsin Badgers starting their 2019 summer conditioning sessions this week, the program also now begins to host its summer camp series and also some recruits on official visits.

Starting with those official visits and based on various reports and tweets—as seen in our tracker below—2019 recruits Dean Engram and Isaiah Gibson will be at Wisconsin starting on Friday.

Engram is designated by 247Sports as a wide receiver and cornerback, with both ESPN and Rivals listing him as an athlete. All three recruiting services view him as a three-star prospect. The Washington D.C. (Gonzaga) product is also the son of former Penn State standout and NFL veteran Bobby Engram.

For what it’s worth recently, 247Sports crystal ball predictions lean towards Wisconsin as the landing destination for Engram, who recently visited Madison back in mid-March.

Like Engram, Gibson is rated a three-star recruit by both 247Sports and Rivals. The Springfield, Ohio, defensive tackle hails from the same high school as wide receiver Danny Davis and current 2019 Kentucky commit Moses Douglass.

Gibson—who according to the two recruiting services holds over 20 offers—is rated the No. 39 and No. 57 defensive tackle in the nation by Rivals and 247Sports standalone rankings, respectively.

Class of 2019 Official Visits

Player Position Date/Weekend of Official Visit Source
Player Position Date/Weekend of Official Visit Source
Dean Engram ATH June 1 247Sports
Isaiah Gibson DT June 1 Twitter
James Williams CB June 1 Twitter
Keeanu Benton DT June 8 Rivals/ (1st)/Twitter
Logan Brown OL June 8 Rivals/ (1st)/Twitter
Marcus Graham ATH June 8 247Sports (1st)/B5Q
Spencer Lytle OLB June 8-10 B5Q
Graham Mertz QB June 8 247Sports
Hayden Rucci TE June 8-9 Twitter
Joe Tippmann OL June 8-9 Rivals/
Leo Chenal ATH June 15 Rivals/
Julius Davis RB June 15-17 SB Nation
Lance Dixon LB June 15 247Sports (1st)/Land of 10
Nick Henrich LB June 15 Twitter
Rodas Johnson OG/DT June 15 #Sauces
Semar Melvin CB June 15-17 Twitter/Reconfirmed with B5Q on June 7
Gio Paez DT June 15 247Sports (1st/Twitter)
Etinosa Reuben DT June 15 Twitter

The other name that was publicly known on the list for this weekend was Flint. Mich. (Carman-Ainsworth) defensive end Michael Fletcher. On Tuesday night, however, Fletcher tweeted then deleted a message saying he was no longer taking an official to Wisconsin (as seen now with’s Jon McNamara quote-tweeting Fletcher’s initial tweet). B5Q took him off our list due to the uncertainty, but we will keep you posted if anything changes.

Gone Campin’

On Friday, Wisconsin will hold its first “all position” camp. Here is a list of those potential high school players who have been reported or confirmed in some manner as attending the June 1st event.

Confirmed by players via social media

  • Rockton, Ill. (Hononegah) offensive lineman Paul Fay

Originally reported by’s Jon McNamara last weekend but also confirmed by B5Q late this week

2019 recruits confirmed by McNamara last weekend

McNamara also reported 2020 projected defensive lineman Nash Hutmacher from Chamberlain, S.D., will camp at Wisconsin this weekend.

Stay tuned for potentially more updates this weekend.