"My heart has been at Wisconsin for a long time now," said running back Chris Pressley.
"Wisconsin fits me as a person. I got along with the players and the coaches so well on my visit and I could just see myself at Wisconsin for the next four or five years.
"Tennessee was a great visit and they did pull even with Wisconsin but Tennessee didn't have the academic reputation that I was looking for in a school and Wisconsin did.
"I'm coming in the fall as a running back. That's the position that I'm being recruited as.
"I don't anticipate playing fullback or defense at Wisconsin. I want to carry the football." Pressley said.
The 6-foot-1, 258-pounder from Woodbury rushed for 1,630 yards and 22 touchdowns in 2003.
Jersey RB Says Yes To Wisconsin
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