Cadogan who met with Athletic Director Barry Alvarez, coaching staff and players was happy with how they treated him and how nice they were. Cadogan, who plans to major in engineering, got to meet with professors from the engineering department and see their facilities. One of Cadogan's favorite moments on his visit was actually during the game.
"I loved when the crowd did the jump around," Cadogan told Badger Nation. "I had a lot of fun and the players were great to hang out with."
Cadogan's impressions going in to the visit were very minimal, so when the experience went above and beyond his expectations, that made a positive impression on him indefinitely.
"I wasn't expecting much and I was blown away by the campus, and the town itself. There's always something to do in Madison," said Cadogan.
Cadogan took away an important thought that will factor into his decision.
"I want to be able to hang out and visit and be friends with all students and not just my teammates," he said. "I feel that it's important to get to know other students besides your teammates."
In regards to Wisconsin's on-the-field play, Cadogan loved how they used the tight end position and how the tight end specifically played. Although he is rated as the 45th-best defensive end in the country by Scout.com, Cadogan, a three-star athlete, finished his junior season with 35 catches for 481 yards.
In addition to Wisconsin, Cadogan has already taken official visits to Pittsburgh and West Virginia, will visit the Spartans this weekend and will take a visit at some point to South Carolina. "Right now, my favorite is tied between Wisconsin and Pittsburgh," Cadogan said. "After my visits, I will sit down and figure out a decision."