A High Rating from Vincent

Having one opinion of the University of Wisconsin before his unofficial visit, Baltimore Gilman four-star cornerback Troy Vincent Jr. is leaving with an entirely different impression of the Badgers.

MADISON - After forcing to postpone his visit to his father's Alma mater multiple times, Baltimore Gilman four-star cornerback Troy Vincent Jr. finally made it to Wisconsin's campus to see the Badgers' spring game and couldn't any find anything to complain about.

"It went really well," Vincent told Badger Nation. "I met with Coach Gary Andersen and Coach Ben Strickland for the earlier portion of my day and that was great. I got to visit the business school and see some of the campus. I got to see the new facilities, which were really impressive and then finished off my day at the game."

Probably the biggest uncommitted 2014 recruit in attendance, Vincent – ranked the No.31 cornerback in the country by Fox Sports Next - got the red carpet treatment and really bonded with the new coaching staff.

"They were just telling me about their philosophies and just getting to know me better personally,' he said, who made the trip with his father. "I like the staff and you can tell that they truly care for the student-athletes as their own children."

The 5-10, 175-pound Vincent gave a rating based on how his overall visit went and it won't disappoint a lot of Badger fans.

"I would give the visit a 10 from 1-10 rating system," he said. "I would say that because it was better than I thought it would be and I really liked the coaching staff and the players."

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