One of the most impressive performers from Wisconsin's one day camp was Tucker (GA) senior cornerback Duke Shelley. The Peach State standout recaps his performance at camp and his time with secondary coach Ben Strickland.
"It still was a good experience with my defensive back coach and seeing how he coaches," Shelley told BadgerNation. "The visit was great, and I also didn't expect it to be as well as it was. The coaches I got a real good feel and vibe with all of the coaching staff. The campus is great and still building. Plus all of the coaches look out for the players first, so I like that about them."
The 5-10, 170-pound corner – rated a three-star prospect and the No.74 cornerback in the country by Scout.com - gave high remarks on his overall visit and got to see where his future would be at with Wisconsin this weekend.
"I would give the visit about a nine out of 10," said Shelley. "The coaches had a one-on-one with me and showed me how I would fit their defensive scheme, which I also enjoyed. We starting off talking as a nickel corner then moved to the outside based on how I do at nickel. It is a great school and great overall environment. I really liked it."
"I don't have a top five or anything," he said, "but I'm definitely high on Wisconsin."