Like his two predecessors, Wisconsin head coach Paul Chryst is making sure he and his new staff make the talent-rich state of Florida a priority in building the Badgers football roster. Having four prospects from the state currently verbally committed to the 2015 class, the Badgers offered one of the fastest rising prospects on the recruiting trail in Palm Beach Gardens (FL) William T. Dwyer cornerback Jarius Adams, who is currently committed to Rutgers.
“Coach Inoke Breckterfield and Coach Daronte’ Jones visited me yesterday in Fort Lauderdale and they pretty much talked to me about the school and what they liked in me and stuff like that,” Adams told BadgerNation. “They told me that they had to get back with their coach and see what he thought. That was pretty much it.
“I was excited. I am pretty interested in Wisconsin. I did a little research on them and I just want to make sure I am making the right decision. It is a great school great program and has great football coaches.”
The 5-11, 175-pound physical corner has seen his recruitment take a Big Ten flavor with a couple new offers from Michigan and now Wisconsin. Will he possibly squeeze in a visit to Madison?
“I am not sure at this moment,” said Adams. “I will try to make one. I have been talking to Michigan, Rutgers and now Wisconsin the most. I would just like to thank the whole program and the coaches at Wisconsin. It would be great if I got a chance to go up to Wisconsin and checked out the campus just because I found out it is a very great school.”
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