Wisconsin first one-day camp featured plenty of top prospects, and some that made a big impression and landed themselves firmly on the Badgers radar -- like Neuqua Valley (Ill.) junior tight end Brett Borske.
"Overall I loved the coaching staff, it was great meeting Coach Turner and working with him. I met him a couple times, but I like his coaching style and all the other coaches. It was a good overall environment too, so I liked everything about it," Borske said.
Borske spent the camp at the tight end position, but worked mostly against linebackers -- which was a nice change of pace for the 6-6, 235-pound prospect.
"It is a little different. Usually at camps tight ends are just blocking with the lineman but it changes up. We ran against the linebackers on routes like we would do in a normal game, so it was more like a real game situation," Borske said.
And as for his camp performance, the 6-6, 235-pound prospect had a good one.
"I feel like I did pretty well against most of the kids. And it was good competition and I feel like I can do something with my career and just continue being successful," Borske said.
Plus, Borske liked the campus and what he saw of the facilities.
"They were awesome, we drove through campus before we came to camp. It was really nice. My family liked it a lot too," Borske said.
Borske was one of the top tight ends at the camp, and the coaches had good feedback for him after the event wrapped up.
"They were just saying they liked everything I was doing and had me lead by example for some drills. They said to keep in touch, Coach Turner said," Borske said.