Lubern Figaro could have an impact on the secondary early in his career if he can make a splash in summer camp with his 4.5-second 40-yard dash speed. Wisconsin's secondary loses Dezmen Southward, but the competition should heat up with the starting safety spot opposite Michael Caputo open, as Leo Musso, Michael Trotter and Nate Hammon all will compete for extended playing time.
Rivals: (No rating for ATH; No. 8 overall player in MA)
Scout: (No. 44 CB)
ESPN: 76 (No. 76 S; No. 6 overall player in MA)
247: 85 (No. 77 S; No. 6 overall player in MA)
Verbally committed on Sept. 25, 2013
Figaro committed to Wisconsin after his visit to Madison in mid-September. Safeties coach Bill Busch is credited with bringing in the Massachusetts prep standout. Figaro received offers from Michigan State, Boston College and Vanderbilt before ultimately deciding to be a Badger.