The Wisconsin Badgers recruiting efforts for the future are in full swing. While many offers for the class of 2024 have come in, we are also seeing some prospects from the 2025 class receiving offers. This week, Wisconsin extended an offer to Brock Schott.
Extremely blessed and grateful to receive an offer from The University of Wisconsin. @_maximus347 @Coach_Mitch_ @NateLetton @Dre_Muhammad @TomLoy247 @TractionAp @Bryan_Ault pic.twitter.com/HmuRIxHXS2
— Brock Schott (@BrockSchott) February 24, 2023
Wisconsin Badgers Recruiting: Brock Schott
Schott is a 6-foot-3 205-pound tight end out of Leo, Indiana. He does not carry a star rating currently but his measurables put him in the three or four-star range. Because he is a part of the class of 2025, he currently does not have many offers. Wisconsin is only the third school to offer him a scholarship with Ball State and Western Michigan being the other two schools. No doubt that other Power 5 schools will enter the mix down the road but for now, the Badgers are likely in the driver’s seat.
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Proactive For 2025
Luke Fickell and his staff are wanting to be proactive in the class of 2025. They are planting their flag and committing to prospects early. This will hopefully yield some commitments down the road. New tight ends coach Nate Letton looks to try and score his first big recruit as the previous tight end commits were snagged by Gino Guidugli who left to be the quarterbacks coach at Notre Dame. The hope is that recruits continue to flood into Madison.
The Badgers are building something for the future. While there is a lot of excitement about next season, it should not be a flash in the pan. Wisconsin is looking to compete for national championships every year and with the talent they are targeting, they just might do it.
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