"I've narrowed it down to Wisconsin and Iowa," said offensive lineman Luke Knauf.
"I've eliminated Northwestern and I'm going to visit Wisconsin this weekend."
Knauf, a 6-foot-4, 295-pounder, from Stratford, Wisconsin was named all-state on both sides of the ball as a junior.
Does he have a leader?
"No, both Iowa and Wisconsin are equal right now. I visited Iowa last week and I had a very good visit.
"The players were great at Iowa and the coaches answered all of my questions.
"I'm going to visit Wisconsin this weekend and I'll make a decision before Christmas."
Luke Knauf Down to Two
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