Carlberg Learns About OL Tradition

One of the handful of visitors who took in Wisconsin's second spring scrimmage on Saturday, Minneapolis De La Salle junior offensive tackle Drayton Carlberg has been invited back for the Badgers' high school summer camp.

Wisconsin held a spring scrimmage and brought in many visitors to check out the action, like Minneapolis De La Salle junior offensive tackle Drayton Carlberg, who fits a need for the Badgers on their depleted offensive line.

"I got to talk to Coach Andersen and Coach Woods, got a tour of the facilities and got to watch practice," Carlberg told BadgerNation. "It went well. The coaches were just telling me about the tradition of being a Wisconsin offensive lineman. They mentioned offering, but they want to see me at camp first. I will think about attending their camp. The visit did meet my expectations."

Carlberg is the No. 43 ranked offensive tackle in the nation and a three-star recruit by Scout. The 6-5, 275-pound tackle holds offers from Illinois, Minnesota, Pittsburgh and Rutgers while hearing from many others. Still after his visit to Madison, he is hoping to add the Badgers to his list.

"It would mean a lot if Wisconsin offered," said Carlberg. "They have tradition for producing great linemen. I had a great time and enjoyed the coaching staff and learning about the Badgers."

Carlberg said his next visit will be to Michigan State.

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