Having already made a dent in securing two 2014 verbal commits from Florida in Tampa's Austin Hudson and Jacksonville's D.J. Gillins, Andersen offered Coconut Creek (FL) Monarch junior wide receiver Shawn Burgess-Becker, and quickly followed by offering his teammates, junior cornerback Ronnie Hoggins.
"Coach Andersen was there watching guys, and he offered me on the spot," Hoggins told BadgerNation. "It was a dream come true to have the offer because I have always dream to go to the next level and play ball.
"Coach Andersen is a very cool guy and I like him a lot. We actually had a little talk the day of the camp when he offered me. Basically he told me that he likes me a lot and don't worry about (recruiting) too much because I'm young and it's early, but just to keep working and hitting the weight room hard."
The 5-9, 170-pound cornerback holds two offers in Florida Atlantic and now Wisconsin. While he doesn't know too much about the program considering its location, Hoggins called Wisconsin redshirt freshman Hugs Etienne a "good friend."
"I don't know too much about Wisconsin because it really far from home, but I do know Hugs, and I like the tradition that they have as a brother hood," said Hoggins. "Hugs played high school ball at South Plantation with my cousin. It does help knowing a player at Wisconsin because he can tell me about the program and how they do it up there."
Hoggins next event will be a team 7-on-7 camp at South Florida.
Badger Nation's Brice Marich contributed to this report