St. Xavier defensive end Pat Muldoon, told Rudolph, his recruiting coach, that he is giving his verbal commitment to the Wisconsin Badgers, a source close to Muldoon informed Badger Nation on Sunday night.
"Everything to him felt right and he (Muldoon) wants to help lead them (UW) to a new level"
The Cincinnati native narrowed his final five down to the Badgers, Boston College, Cincinnati, Duke and Virginia from a list of over 30 schools that offered a scholarship. All five schools in his final five Muldoon took a visit to, including coming to Wisconsin on October 4.
As a junior, Muldoon earned Second Team All-State (Ohio) First Team All-District (Southwest Ohio), First Team All-City (Cincinnati), First team All-League (Greater Catholic League). He tallied 75 tackles, 16 for a loss, 12 sacks, two fumble recoveries, one forced fumble, one interception and 32 QB pressures.
A 6-foot-4, 255-pound prospect, Muldoon was rated the No. 33 defensive end in the nation by Scout.com and becomes the 18th member of Wisconsin's 2009 class and the sixth defensive lineman.
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