"I knew it went great, my brother and my father loved it," Booker said. "I learned a lot from the coaches and I just went out and tried to do my best with every drill I did I love Wisconsin and what they stand for."
Titus Booker and Family
It was a special way to spend Fathers day for Booker.
"I was very excited to hear that I had the offer," Booker said. "I know I still have a lot to do with my academics and I'm getting that done but it felt great to get an offer from a great school like Wisconsin."
After the camp, Booker got a chance to meet one on one with Badgers head coach Gary Andersen.
"Coach Andersen brought me and my brother and my father in to the office and talked to us," Booker said. "And we talked about my academics and what needs to happen moving forward."
He added, "We also talked about what Wisconsin stands for and what they believe in."
"Coach Andersen said they were very impressed with my performance and that they have scholarship for me, so it was great. I've talked about my academics so much, it's time to finish that off strong."