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Looking at 2021 linemen offers last week

More offers for the next recruiting cycle.

NCAA Football: Western Kentucky at Wisconsin Jeff Hanisch-USA TODAY Sports

As the Wisconsin Badgers finished spring ball last week, it appears there was an increase in the number of offers in the following week after those 15 sessions.

Some high school recruits traveled to Madison took in the practices from late March to late April, but other prospects have tweeted good news of the Wisconsin coaching staff offering them opportunities to play at the next level.

As seen below, B5Q has already highlighted some 2020 and 2021 offers late last week. A few more recruits announced these as well, and on this Sunday, we will look at some of those linemen in the 2021 class.

DE Elijah Jeudy

Last week, Wisconsin offered Philadelphia product Jeremiah Trotter, Jr. On Thursday, Jeudy—from Philadelphia (Southeast)—also tweeted that he received an opportunity to play for the Badgers.

Already rated a four-star player and the No. 119 player in the country for the 2021 class by 247Sports, the recruiting services lists 17 offers (Rivals lists 11). Florida, LSU, Nebraska and Penn State are among the big programs targeting the projected defensive lineman.

OL Donovan Jackson

Wisconsin was busy in Texas last week. Along with the 2020 offer to projected defensive end/outside linebacker Robert Wooten, the staff extended an opportunity to the Houston (Episcopal) offensive lineman. 247Sports already rates him as a four-star recruit and the No. 55 player in the nation (No. 9 offensive tackle).

Rivals lists 26—247Sports notes 27—offers already for the current high school sophomore, including a who’s who of Power 5 powerhouses like Alabama, Florida, Georgia, LSU, Michigan, Ohio State, Texas and Texas A&M.

OL Ben Christman

In the past week alone. the Richfield, Ohio (Revere) standout lineman has seen significant offers come from Alabama, Florida, LSU, Nebraska, West Virginia,

Early ratings from 247Sports project Christman to be a four-star prospect and the No. 22 player overall in the nation. Rivals lists 15 offers—247Sports 17—already. Along with the aforementioned programs, Ohio State, Penn State, Georgia and Michigan also are competing for the lineman’s collegiate services.