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National Signing Day 2014: CB D'Cota Dixon signs with Wisconsin

179 lbs
Composite Ranking
New Smyrna Beach (FL)
No. 73 S

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D'Cota Dixon comes to Wisconsin more of a raw prospect, though he does fit the mold of a Gary Andersen defensive back and the staff has been pursuing him for a while.

Dixon could also play cornerback, and that might be what the Badgers are betting on. His Hudl profile shows he has shiftiness, even at running back, and he's also a capable tackler.

From Scout's Jamie Newberg:

Dixon is a versatile athlete that can play multiple positions on either side of the ball at running back, wide receiver, cornerback or even safety. He has good size but needs to put on bulk and gain strength. He has good speed but needs to work on getting faster. Dixon has excellent quickness, change of direction and short area bust. He's physical and aggressive. Dixon has good ball skills and is very athletic.


Rivals: 5.6

Scout: (No. 134 S)

ESPN: 76 (No. 92 S; No. 420 regional, No. 152 in FL)

24/7: 83 (No. 73 S;  No. 128 in FL)

Sent NLI on National Signing Day

Since early January, Dixon was widely expected to sign with Wisconsin. His recruitment came down to the Badgers and West Virginia, where he visited Jan. 31. Michigan State was also in on Dixon for a while.

Dixon initially gave his silent verbal to Wisconsin on Jan. 24, per 247. He visited Madison the weekend of Jan. 17.

Defensive coordinator Dave Aranda is credited with his recruitment.


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Senior: 12 rushes, 49 yards; five receptions, 57 yards

Junior: 14 rushes, 94 yards, three touchdowns; two receptions, nine yards