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badgewatch wrote: Would be interesting to know if he reached out to ASU or if DelVaughn Alexander went after him. IMO he didn't do much for Wis recruiting-wise yet is able to get Ball to visit.!?!!
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Kilgore309 wrote: If Ball wants to play in the desert best of luck to him, but I think he'll be a Badger where we have a major need for him and his parents can see both kids at once. Also, GA seems to be making very good first impressions.
Go Badgers! On Wisconsin!
Posted: 1/15/2013 12:38 PM
NCBadger wrote: Kilgore309 wrote: If Ball wants to play in the desert best of luck to him, but I think he'll be a Badger where we have a major need for him and his parents can see both kids at once. Also, GA seems to be making very good first impressions.Definitely seems so and that was my first thought when reading he'd hold off until after meeting GA. Hope he ends the speculation - could be a special player in our secondary.
"I'm a Badger for life, but I believe right now my heart lies heavily with the Badger family, not the NFL."Montee Ball
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The article is primarily about his contribution to Westerville South's 9-4 overall record so far this season. Here is a snippet of the most football/recruiting related content.http://www.thisweeknews.com/co...stat-sheet.html...Ball was heavily recruited to play football and has verbally committed to the University of Wisconsin, where his brother, Ray, is a redshirt freshman offensive lineman.
Since Marcus Ball's verbal commitment, Badgers coach Bret Bielema resigned and became the coach at Arkansas. Ball said he remains committed to Wisconsin and hopes to meet new coach Gary Andersen soon.
Calo believes Ball also could play basketball at the collegiate level, and Ball said he has been considering walking on as a basketball player at Wisconsin. South graduate Traevon Jackson is a sophomore guard on the team.
Ray Ball attended the South-North basketball game.
"It's awesome," he said of his brother verbally committing to Wisconsin. "The fact that he chose us out of all the schools that he had, it's just absolutely amazing."...
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pilprin wrote: It would be cool to have him walkon for BB!
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buckyfever1 wrote: Name a D1 fball player who played 2 sports successfully?Charlie ward and counting 3-2-1.....please
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mudcannon wrote: Did Donald Hayes ever see the court for UW?
“FWIW Mel Kiper on ESPN radio said yesterday that Wisconsin is "way overrated this year". Said the DL and secondary are suspect. The OL unsettled.” (8/19/12).
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