"It went pretty well," Weah told Badger Nation. "I went with my mom and little brother. We ate and the coaches were talking about the new stuff their bringing in and the new weight room. We then went through the construction area and then we walked out on the field for the warm ups. It was an exciting game, but my mom was sad that they lost in overtime."
The loss put a damper on the coaching staff and the 6-3, 190-pound receiver wasn't able to get much time to interact, but did make a bond with a fellow recruit on his visit.
"Coach Z told me he didn't really like staying after a loss and Coach Canada talked to me just a little," said Weah. "He just asked how I was doing and stuff. I did talk to my boy, Micky Crum from Ohio. We met at camp in the summer. We just caught up and talked some football stuff. He was talking about if we were on the same college team, the defense would have some trouble guarding us (laughing)."
The loss did hurt the Badgers' faithful, but that was the only negative aspect of Weah's visit to Madison this past weekend, as Weah is starting to get recognized from his frequent visits to the campus.
"I would have to rate my visit a 6," said Weah. "The only reason it is a 6 is because it was a bad loss. I knew they could beat them, though. Some fans knew who I was, so I got a lot of waves and stares."
Weah's recruitment continues to move forward, as the No.181 receiver in the country by Scout.com picked up an offer from Colorado State last week, joining Bowling Green, Eastern Illinois, Eastern Michigan, North Dakota and Ohio. Weah's impressive season is over and he plans to take all of his official visits is just underway.
"I am now just planning my official visits after my season ended," said Weah. "I did real well this season by having 38 receptions for 799 yards with 8 touchdowns. I definitely saw myself improve as a leader and player over the season. All my hard work is paying off. I'm going out to Pittsburgh in December and I got to think about my other four official visits."