Wisconsin had a handful of prospects on hand to take in its fourth spring practice and check out the campus. One of those recruits was Superior (WI) junior cornerback Beau Reder, who visited the Badgers back in October and got the full experience.
“The visit went very well,” Reder told BadgerNation. “We arrived at Camp Randall and watched practice outside for a little bit. We went inside and met the nutrition advisor and strength coach, heard their talks on replenishing your body and further development to oneself. Next we went to the indoor field for the second half of practice and after I met Coach Chryst, Coach Jones and saw Coach Haering once again.
“We drove around campus to get a feel for how the setup is and how large of a campus it is. After we had an academic overview and asked questions for the academic side. We also went and met with the coaches again in their office and talked about how it went and the recruiting process.”
After another impressive trip to Wisconsin, what is the 6-1, 185-pound versatile athlete’s interest level in the Badgers?
“I’m very interested,” said Reder. “I was very impressed with the academic part and seeing how much effort they put into helping their student athletes. Also the coaches are very close, personal and they had lots of energy on the field. It’s been a dream of mine to have the chance to play for (Wisconsin). That’s a great goal to strive for.”
Reder is planning to visit Minnesota Duluth, St. Cloud and North Dakota State in the future.