"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.
Brad Mueller Talks about Official Visit
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