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Badgers showing interest in 2025 three-star ATH

The Badgers are one of the early teams to show interest in a 2025 athlete.

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The Wisconsin Badgers have been one of the early teams to show interest in 2025 three-star athlete Meyer Swinney.

Swinney, a 6’3, 205-pound athlete, is being looked at in a hybrid role between wide receiver and tight end, as he dominated at the former position as a junior, possessing good route-running capabilities, strong hands, and a solid vertical.

A native of Edina, Minnesota, Swinney possesses nine offers thus far, including ones from Miami, Kansas State, and Purdue.

Swinney, who has been on campus a few times this fall, has thoroughly enjoyed his experiences at Wisconsin.

“I’ve been there a few times over the past year,” Swinney shared to Bucky’s 5th Quarter. “The expectations are always to see the great atmosphere and the great people and Wisconsin meets my expectations every time I’m there!”

While the Badgers are still evaluating to see if Swinney is a better fit at wideout or tight end, there’s been mutual interest as the recruiting process has gone along.

Apart from Wisconsin, Swinney has taken visits to California, Minnesota, and Nebraska this fall.

As for standout schools, the Minnesota native pointed to Wisconsin, Cal, and Miami, as his top choices heading into the spring, although he has yet to receive an offer from the Badgers.

While official visits will be on the horizon next year, Swinney also has his mind set on a few lofty goals for his senior season: winning the state championship, being at least a four-star recruit, and earning 1,500 receiving yards + 20 touchdowns.