Trezy Loves UW Environment

One of five official visitors to visit Wisconsin for the home finale Thatcher (AZ) Eastern College linebacker Serge Trezy. He recaps his visit to Madison and much more

One of five official visitors on hand this weekend at Wisconsin was Thatcher (AZ.) Eastern Arizona College middle linebacker Serge Trezy. He talks about his official visit to Madison and what the highlight of his trip was.

"The visit went pretty good," Trezy told BadgerNation. "I had a great time out there. They showed me around campus and stuff. We went around the campus, met some of the players, watched the game and went out to eat some good food. The players showed a lot of love and it felt like a big family."

"The tour around the campus had to be my favorite part at Wisconsin. Well, they showed me the academic room, facilities and the coaches offices, so they were just showing me where everything was at. I still loved going around and seeing how nice everything was."

While on the visit, the 6-1, 210-pound linebacker got to chat with Head Coach Gary Andersen and his lead recruiter secondary coach Bill Busch, where they made him feel not the need to commit or anything.

"I spoke to Coach Andersen and Coach Busch, who is my recruiter and a couple of other coaches. They were just telling me to do what I want and that it is my decision at the end of the day I just have to make the right decision."

"I am not really in a rush to commit or anything, so I didn't really think about it while visiting Wisconsin. I am keeping all my options open. When it comes to when I need to commit, then I will pick the right school."

Trezy now looks ahead to what is next on his calendar in terms of visits and when that all important commitment decision could possibly happen.

"I don't really have a top list right now because everyone is just equal," said Trezy. "I will be visiting Utah next week and might go to Southern Miss after that. I will probably make my decision after the visits and not wait longer. I will be getting my parents involved and my mom is a big part of the recruiting process for me. She will help me make my decision."


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