Ingold Enjoys Wisconsin's Program

Talking to the head coach and coaches on both sides of the ball during his visit last weekend to Wisconsin, Green Bay (WI) Bay Port versatile athlete Alec Ingold is an intriguing prospect for the Badgers.

Green Bay (WI) Bay Port junior versatile athlete Alec Ingold is a name that has been flying under the radar in the state of Wisconsin. The sleeper prospect took a visit to Madison this past weekend and came away impressed.

"The visit went well," Ingold told BadgerNation. "We got a tour of the academic center and all of the locker rooms and the weight room. We also got to check out all of the equipment and gear the players get. On field before the scrimmage started was pretty cool. The scrimmage was intense and there was a lot of hits and a few highlight players."

Holding an early offer from North Dakota State, Ingold spoke to head coach Gary Andersen, offensive coordinator Andy Ludwig, defensive coordinator Dave Aranda and secondary coach Ben Strickland, all of whom said they wanted to see him at one of UW's high school summer camps.

At 6-2 and 205 pounds, Ingold can fit a variety of needs for the program.

"I enjoy Wisconsin's program a lot," said Ingold. "It is really impressive and prestigious school to go to if I get the chance. Talking with Coach Strickland, I think my best opportunity at Wisconsin will be at an inside linebacker or their F-back on defense, but I'll get my shot to get evaluated at quarterback also."

Ingold will be at Michigan State next week, North Dakota State the week after and then onto the camp scene.

"This recruiting process has been fun," he said. "I'm looking forward to working hard to improve myself and seeing where it all ends up."


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