State playoffs are winding down across the country. But a couple of incoming Wisconsin players still had big games, including a recruit from Pennsylvania and two incoming receivers.
The future Badgers QB closed out his season on top. WR Tommy McIntosh had two more touchdowns. And another key target, Sun Prairie's Isaac Hamm, sacked Burkett on Friday.
You'll want tickets to Camp Randall Stadium this week, not for the Badgers' home tilt with Nebraska, but to watch the future of Wisconsin football.
In this week's UW recruits recap: Burkett tossed for three touchdowns, and J.T. Seagreaves and Isaac Hamm also saw their teams punch tickets to the final four.
In this week's UW recruits recap: Seagreaves stepped up in a second-round win, while Edgewood's Jackson Trudgeon and Franklin's Myles Burkett were among those to see their seasons extended.
Six of the seven in-state Wisconsin recruits advanced to Level 2 of the WIAA playoffs. Check out their stats and highlights.
Trudgeon recorded his third straight 100-yard game. Plus see how UW's four remaining uncommitted recruits fared this weekend.
In-state verbal commits blocked a kick, have their teams in the playoff mix and made more one-handed grabs this weekend.
Franklin's Myles Burkett threw for two TDs, 270 yards to move the Sabers to 7-0.
Monroe's J.T. Seagreaves scored four times in a win, plus watch a pair of impressive grabs by two future Badgers receivers.
Cade Yacamelli came to UW’s camp on June 3 and earned a scholarship offer after working through three positions.
Three-star cornerback A’Khoury Lyde announced he committed to the University of Wisconsin’s 2022 class after narrowing his list to UW, Duke and Pittsburgh.