One of Wisconsin’s two wide receiver commits in this class is West Hills (CA) Chaminade College Prep senior wide receiver Brandyn Lee, who has maintained his commitment to the Badgers ever since former head coach Gary Andersen resigned his post.
It has been duly noted that new Badgers head coach Paul Chryst is reaching out to all the committed prospects on the phone as of late and did so with Lee over the weekend while accompanying No.17 Wisconsin down to Tampa, Fla., for the Outback Bowl.
“I spoke with Coach Chryst earlier (Saturday),” Lee told BadgerNation. “We talked and got to know each other better. We talked about how we are doing. After talking to Coach Paul Chryst, I got a good impression and can’t wait to play for him. What stood out the most is that he loves it in Wisconsin and has a drive to make the program successful. We just got to know each other and we will talk more about the program.”
The 6-0, 185-pound Lee committed back in June when he was on campus for an unofficial visit and took his official to Wisconsin in November. Unwavering in his commitment, Lee knows this group of 2015 commits is very close and expects this class to remain intact.
“I talked to most of the commits about a week ago, and we all decided to stick together,” said Lee. “We are all going to stay committed. We are a unit and group of brothers that all see a bright future at Wisconsin.”