Windsor Gets Badgers Offer

One of the hottest uncommitted prospects in the state, Fond du Lac senior defensive tackle Robert Windsor picked up an offer from Wisconsin Sunday night.

Adamant about keeping the best in-state prospects in-state, Wisconsin head coach Paul Chrust and his staff have been busy extending scholarships to some of the prospects former Badgers head coach Gary Andersen overlooked, like Fond du Lac senior defensive tackle Robert Windsor.

He talks about his conversation with Badgers offensive coordinator Joe Rudolph Saturday night and what it meant to land that dream offer.

“They had that meeting and after that meeting, I got that call from Coach Rudolph,” Windsor told BadgerNation. “He told me that they offered and I was really excited. It means a lot. I worked hard and it was always one of my dreams and goals, and I am more than happy to achieve it. It was exciting for me because it was my home state. He also told me that they were going to come see me tomorrow morning. I think Coach Chryst is coming.”

Ranked as the No. 83 defensive tackle and a three-star recruit by Scout, the 6-5, 260-pound defensive lineman has picked up a few offers as of late, but has narrowed his decision down to two.

“I got a hard decision to make,” said Windsor. “It is just between Wisconsin and Penn State. That is my top schools. I will make my decision after my visit to Penn State on the 24th. I will try to make it up to Wisconsin beforehand. I will probably talk about that tomorrow with the coaches.”

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