Goodlow Ranks Wisconsin

Holding 10 scholarship offers, Texas safety Roderick Goodlow is starting to narrow down his options.

With offers from Big 12, Big Ten, Pac 10 and SEC, Adamson H.S. defensive back Roderick Goodlow has numerous options of where to play college football next season. But while some power schools have extended scholarship offers, Goodlow likes two schools from the Big Ten, as he ranks Northwestern and Wisconsin number one and two as his two favorite school he would like to attend.

The Dallas, Texas native has offers from several schools trying to gain his commitment to their program.

"I consider Wisconsin top two," Goodlow told Badger Nation. "They are a good program and a team that is heading in the right direction."

With Goodlow's senior year going well, he plans on making it up to Wisconsin for an official visit in November. As a junior Goodlow's stats speak about the type of a player he can achieve to be. That year he finished with a total of 109 tackles and four interceptions for the Leopards.

With receiving offers from not only the Badgers but also schools such as Missouri, Nebraska, Florida and Northwestern, Goodlow has been preparing himself for the next level. Goodlow has been trying to improve himself mentally and physically in several different ways.

"Mentally I'm watching film and analyzing my position so that I can make myself better," he said. "Physically I have been just working really hard."

As a player, Goodlow goes hard on every play and tries to be really physical. Those certain characteristics will be a huge asset for any team. The school that gains his acceptance will need to meet his own expectations.

"I want the football program to be heading in the right direction and academically I would like the right program." said Goodlow

If Goodlow chooses Wisconsin as the school of his choice, he feels that he can make an impact as a player and as a person. He feels that his personality and character would be a positive experience on the university and more specifically the team.

"As a player I will lead by performance and be vocal if I need to," said Goodlow. "As a person I will care about everyone and everything."

Goodlow has only a few short months before he graduates in December to make a choice for which school he would like to attend. Wisconsin being his second favorite place to attend, the Badgers have a great chance of landing Goodlow.


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