Before Wisconsin hosted a huge turnout of recruits for their spring game, they had a visitor in town the afternoon before in Orchard Lake (MI) St Mary’s junior offensive guard Cameron Kolwich. The rising lineman recaps his trip up to Madison and his conversation with offensive coordinator Joe Rudolph and head coach Paul Chryst.
“It went great,” Kolwich told BadgerNation. “I first went around a bit and checked out the facilities. I then went up and met with Coach Rudolph and then toured around a bit more. I also went out and watched practice and talked to Coach Chryst after. We talked about school programs and what makes Wisconsin so good, like the character of the players they have. It sounded like they wanted to get to know me more, so no offer talk.”
The 6-4, 270-pound Kolwich currently stands as the No. 61 ranked offensive guard and a three-star recruit by Scout.com with a handful of offers, but sees the Badgers as a contender for his services after this visit, especially if they were to offer.
“I’m very interested,” said Kolwich. “I like how they play. I also like the school, facilities and the coaches. If they offered, it would mean a lot and definitely have an effect on my decision.”
Kolwich also visited Michigan State for the Spartans’ spring game last weekend.