Senior Hearing from Top Schools

Holding 11 offers, including two BCS offers from the Pacific Northwest, Fort Lauderdale (FL) Boyd Anderson wide receiver David Senior continues to generate BCS interest from schools all over the country, including Wisconsin.

Wisconsin loses its top wide receiver – Jared Abbrederis – after the 2013 season and without a secondary option stepping up to the plate the last year, head coach Gary Andersen and his staff are looking for depth.

Even with 17 offers out to uncommitted wide receivers in the 2013 recruiting class, the Badgers continue to evaluate more options, including Fort Lauderdale (FL) Boyd Anderson wide receiver David Senior, who fits the bill of adding that extra boost of speed to the roster.

"I have recently been in contact with Wisconsin and Coach Beatty," Senior told Badger Nation. "Coach Beatty told me that he loves me at slot and also that there is no slots to dominate the slot position yet, so they love me. He said that I'm pretty close to an offer, but to just keep up my good work and to keep progressing. I think Coach Beatty is a real cool coach. He always keep it 100 percent real, so I think he is a good coach."

Senior thinks so highly of Wisconsin that the Badgers are already in his top 15; in part because he is good friends with 2012 commit Sojourn Shelton and his relationship with Beatty.

"I think Wisconsin is a very good school," said Senior. "I know a lot of people who goes there and an offer from them would be big. The offer would mean a lot because of what Coach Beatty tells me in how Wisconsin would use me. Coach says I remind him a lot of (West Virginia receiver) Tavon Austin.

"The three receiver set is what he can use me in and how the speed kills the defense and opens up the middle of the field similar to West Virginia's three receivers set."

The 5-10, 170-pound Senior holds 11 offers, including a pair of BCS offers from Washington and Washington State, but is hearing from Indiana, Nebraska, West Virginia and Miami.

Senior didn't disappoint last season, collecting 45 catches for 450 yards along with two receiving touchdowns and five kick return touchdowns. This summer, he will be on the road camping at multiple schools to show what type of player they could potentially get.

"This summer I will be attending Miami's camp, Florida Atlantic's camp and working on taking a trip to West Virginia for a camp," said Senior. "It will be a hectic summer, but I look forward to showing them what I have to offer and my speed."

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