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Wisconsin offers 2020 recruits Makell Esteen, Tuli Tuipulotu, William Mohan

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Catching up on some recruiting news for the next cycle.

National Signing Day 2019 has come and gone, and now we begin to focus even more on the 2020 recruiting cycle. Six commits already have verbally committed to the Wisconsin Badgers, but the program continues to stay busy for the upcoming class with multiple offers being given on opposite coasts of the nation in the past day.

Let’s take a deeper look at a few players, including a couple of prep teammates, that have caught the Wisconsin coaching staff’s attention enough to offer them opportunities to play inside Camp Randall Stadium.

CB Makell Esteen

A three-star recruit by both 247Sports and Rivals, the Lawndale, Calif., native tweeted the offer on Feb. 14.

Rivals reports 15 offers, 247Sports noting 11, for the prep defensive back. Many Pac-12 programs, among them Arizona, Arizona State, Oregon, USC, Washington and Washington State, all have extended opportunities.

DE Tuli Tuipulotu

Like Esteen who is from Lawndale, Calif and rated a three-star prospect by both 247Sports and Rivals, the defensive line prospect tweeted that Wisconsin offered him this week.

Rivals reports 13 offers, 247Sports states 10, and both recruiting services designate Tuipulotu as a strong-side defensive end.

Again, Pac-12 programs are targeting the lineman as Arizona, Arizona State, Cal, Oregon, USC and Washington State have extended opportunities to him.

ATH/OLB William Mohan

Going from California to New York, Wisconsin extended an offer to the Brooklyn, N.Y. (Erasmus Hall), native according to Mohan’s Twitter account.

Both 247Sports composite (not its standalone rankings) and Rivals designate Mohan as a three-star prospect. The former lists him as an athlete, while the latter calls him an outside linebacker.

247Sports reports 11 offers, Rivals 10, for Mohan from intriguing programs, including Miami, Mississippi State, Michigan, Penn State and Tennessee.

If the high school sounds familiar, that is because Wisconsin wide receiver Aron Cruickshank played there before coming to Madison. The rising sophomore wide out let his feelings known about said offer on Twitter: