Davison Could Play Offense at UW

Although listed as a defensive back, Galion (OH) junior safety Cario Davison, who made another stop at Wisconsin over the weekend, could be a potential wide receiver for the Badgers.

Galion (OH) junior safety Cario Davison is not a stranger to Wisconsin's campus.

Having visited multiple times to Madison, mostly with brother and Badgers commit Dareian Watkins, Davison made another stop to Wisconsin's campus Saturday with 2015 Norwalk (OH.) junior running back Breck Turner and spent time with Wisconsin offensive coordinator coach Andy Ludwig.

"Coach Ludwig told me that he thinks I'm athletic enough to play wide receiver, but they like me better on the defensive side of the ball," Davison told BadgerNation. "He said they've watched my film a few times and like me a lot. They want me to come to camp. They said they just need about 30 minutes to see me run and compete. We toured the stadium, locker rooms, players' lounge, watched some film and basically checked out all the new facilities."

"It only gets better each time at Wisconsin," added Davison. "This was the first time we saw the new academic wing and common areas. The weather was perfect down on the field. The best part was talking with Coach Ludwig. He gets you pumped about Wisconsin football and the goals of the program."

The 6-2, 195-pound safety plans to return to Madison again next month for one of Wisconsin's high school summer camps, as well as possibly setting up another visit to Ohio State.

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