Although most of the Badgers coaching staff is on the road recruiting, Wisconsin is still bringing in some recruits, including two visitors Saturday when Galion (OH) junior safety Cario Davison and Norwalk (OH) junior running back Breck Turner. The talented tailback recaps his visit at Madison.
"The visit went very well," Turner told BadgerNation. "That was my first time up there and it was Cario's fourth. I got to meet some of the coaches; most of them are on the road right now. We got a tour of the stadium, facilities, locker room, study rooms, practice field, etc. We had a chance to go out on the field for a little bit and see campus by driving around a little bit. The coaches seemed to be looking forward to getting me and Cario to a camp so they can evaluate us a little more. They watched our film and were very impressed."
The 6-0, 195-pound running back also got time to talk to offensive coordinator Andy Ludwig and is looking to impress him even further at camp this summer.
"Coach Ludwig said he was happy we could make the trip," said Turner. "He really liked our film and will be showing it to our position coaches as soon as they get back from recruiting there areas. He wants us to come to a camp on June 15. This camp only holds around 100 kids. He said the coaches would be able to work with us a lot more and it'd be easier for them to evaluate us. I have good interest in them, and I do plan on camping."
Turner already holds offers from Akron, Ball State, Eastern Michigan, Kent State, Marshall, Toledo and Western Michigan. He also says he is in contact with Indiana, Northwestern, Pittsburgh, Purdue and Western Kentucky, among others.
Planning on camping at Michigan State, Pittsburgh, Purdue, Northwestern, Illinois and possibly some MAC schools in addition to Wisconsin, Turner is hoping the film Ludwig shows the other coaches gets them talking about a scholarship.
"Wisconsin would be an amazing place to play," said Turner. "I look forward to getting closer to the coaches and everything during this recruiting process."