Coming off a magical season with the program's first Final Four appearance in 14 years, Wisconsin basketball has sparked the interest of many recruits across the country. One of those players is Otsego (MI) junior center Seth Dugan, who is expressing interest in Wisconsin after hearing from assistant coach Greg Gard several times.
"I have been in contact with Wisconsin," Dugan told BadgerNation. "I have talked to Coach Gard multiple times and I'll be up at camp next week. I visited last year and went around the facilities with Coach Paris. Coach Gard really likes my game and wants Bo to see me play at the camp and I am very interested in Wisconsin."
The under-the-radar 6-11, 230-pound Dugan sits with offers from La Salle, Lehigh, Nicholls State, Northern Illinois, Oakland, Toledo and Western Michigan. He is also receiving interest from Davidson, Iowa, Michigan, Michigan State, Purdue and Wisconsin, among others.
"If (Wisconsin) offered me, it would mean a lot," said Dugan. "They are a great school academically and basketball wise and they have had a tremendous last few years, so it would be a great opportunity."
Camping at Michigan over the weekend, Dugan recaps that camp and looks ahead to next week at Wisconsin.
"(Michigan) went well," said Dugan. "They like me a lot and want to watch me more in July. I'll be at Wisconsin's camp, and I want to schedule my visits for August after AAU is done. I'm excited for camp and to get a chance to work with the coaches."