I feel like I’ve said this before, but its been a pretty good week for Wisconsin football recruiting. Both the class of 2020 and class of 2021 have grown over the past few days. Jordan Turner committed on Monday, Malik Reed committed on Tuesday, as did Deacon Hill to the class of 2021. Wisconsin continued their hot streak today as the Badgers landed offensive lineman Sean Timmis of Marquette High School to the class of 2020.
Excited to announce my commitment to the University of Wisconsin to continue my academic and athletic careers!! Thank you to all who helped me along the way!! #BadgerBoiz20 pic.twitter.com/eqmanpfPd1— Sean Timmis (@SeanTimmis2020) June 27, 2019
Timmis joins the class of 2020 as a three star recruit according to 247Sports. He is currently rated as the 16th rated tackle in the state of Wisconsin. Timmis has accepted a preferred walk on from the Badgers. He had been recruited and offered by a plethora of other teams including Arkansas State, Air Force, Temple, Buffalo and loads of FCS schools.
At 6’5” 255 Timmis possesses the size and frame that thrives at the University of Wisconsin time and time again. In his junior season highlight tape Timmis shows the ability to drive his opponent down the field with impressive size and strength. Timmis was also named All-Conference and team captain for Marquette.
Wisconsin’s ability to recruit, coach, and build high quality offensive linemen has been the strength of the Badgers for decades. Timmis will look to get to UW and build himself up to follow in the same footsteps as the many successful lineman before him.