Before wide receiver/defensive back Tony King makes his college decision, he will take a look at four more schools.
The Missouri native liked what he saw at Wisconsin, but he will take trips to Missouri (Jan. 10), Illinois (Jan. 17), Kansas (Jan. 24) and Kansas State (not setup yet) before making his decision.
"Wisconsin is my favorite so far because it's the only one I've been to," King said. "I liked the football field there, the facilities, the dorms, the weight room and the coaching staff. I already knew a lot about the school though, so I didn't learn that much. They said they would use me as a receiver, which is where I want to play."
King said he didn't get a chance to hang out with many players on his trip, and Defensive Coordinator Kevin Cosgrove spent the most time showing him around the campus. But King already knows several Badgers, which he said would make him more comfortable about committing.
But he comfort level is also there at the other schools he is considering. He listed the main factors he's taking into account as he approaches the remainder of his visits.
"I want to see a great campus, I want to know how much I will play, and the graduation rate of the athletes. Those are the main things," King said.
Tony King Set to Take Four More Visits
Badger Nation Top Stories
Commitment Impact - Taj MustaphaThe state of Michigan has yielded another gem for Wisconsin with the commitment of West Bloomfield (Mich.) receiver Taj Mustapha. What are the Badgers getting and what are the…
Badger Nation1:21 PM
2020 O-lineman Ja'von Lyons Is On The RadarCOLUMBUS, Ohio -- Several Ohio prospects impressed as freshmen last year, and St. Clairsville offensive lineman Ja'von Lyons was one of the best. Lyons also showed well at a recent…
Scout Football12:50 PM
McNamara has 'First-Class' Visit to WisconsinReno (Nev.) Damonte Ranch quarterback Cade McNamara recaps his recent string of visits that included stops at UCLA, Washington, Notre Dame and Wisconsin...
Scout FootballYesterday at 7:10 PM
Olmstead Offered on Wisconsin VisitFrom the school's o-line tradition to their hard-nosed style, Metuchen (NJ) St. Joseph junior John Olmstead called it an honor to be offered by Wisconsin.
Badger NationYesterday at 5:52 PM