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Early Signing Day: 2022 WR Tommy McIntosh officially signs with Wisconsin

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The Badgers officially add 6-foot-5 wide receiver Tommy McIntosh for the 2022 class.

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2022 WR Tommy McIntosh

Position Height Weight School 247 Composite Ranking
Position Height Weight School 247 Composite Ranking
Wide receiver 6-foot-5 210 pounds Dewitt (Mich.) High School 3-star; No. 114 WR

Tommy McIntosh of Dewitt, Mich. was finally able to sign his letter of intent on Wednesday after committing to the Wisconsin Badgers all the way back in June.

Listed at 6-foot-4 or 6-foot-5 depending on the recruiting service, McIntosh is a bigger receiving threat that runs well for his size. Playing both wide-out and safety for his high school team, he recently helped lead Dewitt High School to the Michigan D3 State Championship.

As a senior, he recorded 57 receptions for 1227 yards with 20 touchdowns on his way to earning All-State recognition.

In watching his film he does a nice job of winning contested catches, but he also displays the ability to run away and create separation from defenders with his 4.5 speed. McIntosh possesses good hands and could be a player to compete for early reps given his skill set, size, and a lack of established returning options with three seniors gone from the 2021 roster.

Rankings

247 Composite: 3 stars; grade: .8640; No. 758 player in the nation; No. 114 WR; No. 19 MI

247 Sports: 3 stars; grade: 89; No. 60 WR; No. 12 MI

Rivals: 3 stars; 5.5 rating; No. 28 MI

ESPN: 3 stars; Grade: 77; No. 123 WR; No. 81 Regional; No. 17 MI

Verbally committed June 23, 2021

Tommy McIntosh received an offer from Wisconsin in mid-March of 2021. The Michigan native had a host of other offers at the time but was able to narrow his list down for a summer decision.

After taking an official visit to Madison in June, McIntosh shut down his recruitment in favor of the Badgers over offers from Cincinnati, Indiana, Iowa, Texas, Utah, Vanderbilt, Wake Forest, and West Virginia among others. He represented the sixth commit in the 2022 class, and at the time he was one of five commitments in five days at the end of June for the Badgers.

Player bio (courtesy of UW Athletic Department)

  • Three–star recruit by Rivals, 247Sports and ESPN
  • MHSFCA first–team all–state selection as a junior and senior
  • Led DeWitt to a state championship as a junior and state title game as a senior
  • Caught 64 passes for 1,328 yards and 22 TDs as a senior
  • Caught 34 passes for 781 yards and 14 touchdowns as a junior
  • Three–time all–conference selection
  • Three–time academic all–state selection