Breshears Plans to Camp

Breshears Plans to Camp

Visiting Wisconsin's campus over the weekend, Batavia (IL) junior offensive guard Jack Breshears will return to Madison over the summer in hopes of earning a scholarship.

A position group that can never have too many bodies is the offensive line and Wisconsin is known for churning out some of the best in the business up front. Batavia (IL) junior offensive guard Jack Breshears got to experience that tradition and passion when he took a visit to Madison this past weekend.

"My trip went great," Breshears told BadgerNation. "We toured the facilities, tried on those sweet Wisconsin jerseys, watched a spring game practice and met with the offensive line coach, recruiting coordinator and another coach.

"I loved Wisconsin. The tradition of the program is crazy. I loved how passionate the offensive line coach is and the emphasis they put on academics and the resources they provide you are incredible. I l also loved the facilities and the stadium is massive, which is so sweet."

The 6-5, 265-pound lineman got the chance to talk with offensive line coach T.J. Woods, getting some very encouraging news.

"We talked about the practice and the facilities," said Breshears. "He let me know that they were extremely interested in me and said they loved my film. They also hoped I make it out to their one day camp and then we would take it from there. I am for sure plan on going to the camp.

"They have an outstanding program with a great coaching staff, which is very impressive. Looking forward attending the summer camp and seeing the Badgers have a great season."

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