"It (Wisconsin) was awesome," said athlete Brad Mueller.
"Wisconsin has a great campus, everyone was friendly and I just had a great time.
"I really liked the stadium. They're putting field turf in next year and I really thought the locker room was incredible.
"Wisconsin and Boston College are even right now. I'm going to visit Arizona State (1-10) in January and I'm going to visit either Purdue or Iowa as well.
"Those five schools are my favorites. All have offered me a scholarship and I'm going into each visit with an open mind."
Mueller, a 6-foot, 175-pounder, from Mars, Pennsylvania is a two-way standout.
Mueller rushed for 2,220 yards and 27 touchdowns for the Planets in 2002. On defense, he picked off eight passes and ran back four for touchdowns.
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