The Wisconsin Badgers are in a new era and have recently had recruits visit the school. With new head coach Luke Fickell now leading the Badgers, recruits are coming back to see the college campus and Camp Randall Stadium. After a Week 1 win against Buffalo, one safety has come back for a second visit and enjoyed his experience.
Three-Star Safety Jovan Clark Visited the Wisconsin Badgers Campus for a Second Time
Evan Flood was the first to report on the visit to the Badgers campus last Saturday in the win against Buffalo:
Three-star safety Jovan Clark was back at Wisconsin on Saturday.
The #Badgers remain very interested in the Chicago product that had 15 tackles Friday night.
— Evan Flood (@Evan_Flood) September 4, 2023
Jovan Clark’s High School Stats
Jovan Clark is still producing in high school as a Wisconsin Badger recruit. Last Friday, Clark had three solo tackles, and 15 tackles in his high school football game for Morgan Park High School in Chicago, Illinois. The three-star safety is set to graduate in 2025.
He has several offers from Ball State, Boston College, Bowling Green, and Central Michigan. Being that he loves the atmosphere in Wisconsin, it sounds like he may push toward Madison. Though he still has two years left of high school, he can pad his stats and create more highlights to show future college coaches and recruits.
Wisconsin Badgers Recruiting Path
With Luke Fickell now as the head man for the Wisconsin Badgers, they are being looked at by recruits out of high school. If the Badgers have success in the first season under a new coach, many young athletes could consider the Wisconsin Badgers as a destination for playing college football.
They currently have several safeties listed on their roster. With Clark having two years left before college, he could definitely be an option for the same position because of his athleticism and his hard work ethic. The Wisconsin Badgers are known for tough defenses and a strong secondary on the back end.
Jovan Clark may be another future piece to help aid the secondary for success at Camp Randall Stadium. Only time will tell if he chooses the Badgers or goes elsewhere after his high school career comes to a close.