Lincolnshire (Ill.) Stevenson junior wide receiver Jack Sorenson has been picking up steam with his recruitment by holding four MAC offers from Ball State, Eastern Michigan, Miami and Western Michigan. Although still an under-the-radar receiver, Sorenson is starting to get interest from power-five conferences, including Wisconsin, which invited to campus Sunday for the program’s first spring practice.
“We got a very in depth tour of the campus, as well as got the chance to watch a practice and talk with coaches afterwards,” Sorenson told BadgerNation. “I meet with the offensive coordinator (Joe Rudolph), the wide receiver coach (Ted Gilmore) and the head coach (Paul Chryst). All of them liked me as a student athlete and wanted to get me back up for more visits to keep the recruiting process going.”
The 6-1, 180-pound Sorenson said watching Gilmore work with his new group of receivers was his favorite part of his entire visit. Watching that gave him stronger sense of interest to Wisconsin, but he still isn’t ruling anyone out.
“It is very important for me if I were presented the opportunity to go to school there, that I see how he coaches his players,” said Sorenson. “I am very interested in Wisconsin. It is so early in the process though that I have to keep all of my opportunities open.”