Despite the frigid temperatures here in Madison, some high school prospects make the trek to UW to take in the sites and sounds of the university.
Wisconsin director of player personnel Saeed Khalif noted in the above tweet that there was a Junior Day for the football program. With that, here are some recruits that publicly tweeted that they came to Madison.
Note: For sake of avoiding redundancy, we will not go into much detail about those that we highlighted in Saturday’s article regarding star ratings and offers.
2020 WR Daniel Jackson
2020 OL Sean Timmis
2020 DE Nate Matlack
2021 TE Cane Berrong
Blessed to receive my 3rd D1 offer from The University of Wisconsin!! ⚪️#OnWisconsin #Badgers @erin_e_barney @Evan_Flood @McNamaraRivals @mattmillerUW60 @CoachTurnerUW @Mansell247 @ChadSimmons_ @BadgerFootball @HartwellSun @Hart_Recruits @180SportsP @indfbscout pic.twitter.com/o5rxpxfb3g— Cane Berrong (@CaneBerrong) January 26, 2019
We highlighted Berrong earlier this week, and the Georgia native and 2021 recruit left Wisconsin with an offer.
2020 OL/DL Mason Raymer
Thankful for the opportunity to visit the University if Wisconsin today with my dad for junior day! Thank you @CoachJoeRudolph for inviting me. It was amazing! @BadgerFootball @B5Q #OnWisconsin pic.twitter.com/ys33ecEtUo— Mason Raymer 2020 (@masonraymer61) January 26, 2019
Does the last name sound familiar? That’s because his father, Cory, is a former standout Wisconsin offensive lineman who went on to play 98 games (83 starts) in the NFL.
Mason appeared to enjoy his time in Madison.
2020 LB/RB Ross Gengler
Like Timmis, Gengler is an in-state product. He hails from Delavan (Delavan-Darien).
2020 RB Dylan Downing
A three-star running back by Rivals, he holds offers from Washington State, Central Michigan and Toledo.