"Wisconsin was really good," the 6-foot-5, 270-pound junior said. "I talked to the coaches and players and had a good time watching the [basketball] game."
Alabi says he found the town itself to be welcoming.
"It's a great place. I love the campus. It's very clean, a good environment and the people around there are like family."
A starter for Cass since his sophomore season, Alabi has played both defensive end and offensive tackle for the Technicians. Some schools see him on the offensive side of the ball, but he likes how Wisconsin would like to use him.
"They're talking defense and they run a 3-4 and I like that. They have two ends and one nose and they said I can fit in because I'm versatile. I can play end and defensive tackle."
"They're in the Big Ten so the school definitely compares very well with the other schools on my list."