"(Wisconsin) was pretty much all I got," said Cesear, "and that's good enough for me."Cesear popped on Wisconsin's radar over the summer during the Badgers' high school camps. He originally came for a specialist camp, where he impressed special teams assistant Taylor Mehlhaff, but was invited back a couple days later for a position camp after running a 4.47 40-yard dash. "They had a position camp (before the specialist camp) and I had the fastest 40 out of both groups," said Cesear. "They started talking to me and asking me what other positions I played. I told them wide receiver and they asked me to come back." Cesear obliged and earned a walk-on offer from receivers coach Ted Gilmore after replicating his 40-yard dash speed and testing well in other agility drills. Cesear said his offer would turn into a scholarship following his sophomore year. "I just have a great time playing receiver, but long snapping was definitely my first love," said Cesear, who will have a chance to play both positions at Wisconsin. "(Renowned special coach Chris) Rubio really help me develop into the snapper and person I am today." Planning to return for the Rutgers game for his official visit, Cesear doesn't know when it will sink in that he'll be playing his two favorite positions at the college of his choice.
"I don't know when I'm going to settle down," said Cesear. "I'm just so happy...(Madison) was awesome. I absolutely loved it. I fell in love with the town as soon as I got there. It's so nice. The facilities are amazing and it's just gorgeous with the dorms being right on the lake. I can't wait."