Tyler Donovan, a 6-foot-1, 175-pound, quarterback from Hartland (WI) Arrowhead has already made a verbal commitment…or did he?
"Wisconsin, Nebraska and Iowa have offered me a scholarship." Donovan said. "Wisconsin, UCLA, Colorado, Texas, Tennessee and the Florida schools are my favorites.
Donovan had this to say about his verbal commitment to Wisconsin.
"Yes, I made a verbal commitment to Wisconsin. I'm about 95% sure that's where I'm going. It's a pretty solid commitment." Donovan said.
Donovan will be a three-year varsity member. He saw his most significant action as a junior. He was named 1sta team all-conference and honorable mention all state.
"We run the Wing-T offense, so I do a lot of throwing on the run. I'm not sure on which camps I'm going to this summer. I'll probably go to a one-day camp at Wisconsin. I'm not sure after that."
Donovan is committed to the Badgers but he still has his eyes open. Does college football need an early signing period?
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