"I had camp today at Wisconsin and ran my forty along with my shuttle, but Coach (Dave) Aranda kept a sharp eye on me and kept reporting back to Coach (Gary) Andersen and telling him how I was doing," Cizauskas told Badger Nation. "I was having lunch and one of their recruiting coaches told me that Coach Andersen wants to have a meeting with me and my parents in his office.
"I went up there and he basically said that they were going to offer me a scholarship because you would be a great fit to the team, have a great set of skills and great person. I was really honored and he told me that I don't need to go to the rest of the camp because I have seen everything I need to see, so talk to my parents and coaches and get back to us as soon as possible.
"It feels like I am on top of the world. I am truly blessed that I could get that offer and being from Wisconsin, I have been a fan all my life, so it means a lot. It is pretty amazing. My whole family loves Coach Andersen as a person and as a coach. He is very down to earth and knows what he is talking about. They really like him and I do as well."
Now that the 6-1, 240-pound Cizuaskas got that dream offer he has been waiting for, but how does his recruitment look going forwarding and any possibility of him becoming a Badger soon?
"I am going to sit down with my coaches and see if it is Minnesota or Wisconsin," he said. "I want to see where I fit best and where I feel basically almost at home. Those are things that play a role and Madison is up there. I want to make my decision either today or early tomorrow. I could possibly make it on Friday, but it will happen this week."