"Wisconsin is one of the top universities in the nation and being from Wisconsin I love the Badgers but I thought the visit was okay," Seonbuchner told Badger Nation. "We got to see the new facilities, we watched practice, ate and listened to the coaches talk."
According to Seonbuchner, none of the in-state prospects really had any one on one time with the Badgers coaching staff.
"The coaches talked to us as a group as a whole," Seonbuchner said. "They thanked us for coming and they said what head coach Gary Andersen was about and what he's going to do with the program. What some of his team rules are and some of the recruiting rules also."
"It was cool hearing them speak and they talked about how important the walk-on program is at Wisconsin and how they've enjoyed there time being Badgers," Seonbuchner said.
Even though Seonbuchner didn't get to sit down and talk with any of the coaches individually, he did get a chance to interact with some of the other prospects in attendance.
"None of the super six were there but I primarily talked with Brandon Hines from Homestead and Dominic Cizauskas from Mukwonago," Seonbuchner said. "We were talking about how the coaches weren't sitting down and having one on one time with any of us and how today was just informal."
It was the first time Seonbuchner has seen the Badgers facilities and he came away impressed by them.
"They were really nice," Seonbuchner said. "It was cool seeing it and if I get back to Madison again it will be cool to see them completed."
Having also attended Minnesota's junior day, Seonbuchner has offers from Ball State, Bowling Green, Iowa State, North Dakota State and Ohio. Seonbuchner has visited Northern Illinois, Ohio, Bowling Green, and Ball State.
"Those visits went well and it was good to see what some other campuses have to offer," Seonbuchner said.