In fact, the 5-11, 210-pound prospect ran one of the fastest 40-times in the camp, clocking in at 4.50 for the 40-yard dash.
"The camp experience overall was sweet, I liked it a lot. It was nice learning from the coaches," Brodner said.
Although Brodner was one of the top running backs in the Chicagoland area -- he competed at linebacker during Sunday's one-day camp.
"I think my favorite part of the camp was getting to meet the coaches and getting a look at the facilities which were very nice," Brodner said.
Brodner stayed after camp and spoke with the coaches, including linebackers coach Tim Tibesar.
"They said they are pretty interested and I want to get back up there soon and go see the rest of the school and more of the facilities," Brodner said.
Overall, it was a good camp experience for Brodner -- who left Madison impressed.
"I was very impressed with everything they have going on there and I'm excited to get back up," Brodner said.