Craig Drummond (four stars)
6-foot-6, 260 pounds
Morgan Park H.S. – Chicago, Illinois
Drummond is built like a lineman, with a big long arms and hands to match his frame. Without questions, Drummond has good speed off the line and by his tackle total, can finish off the play with a big hit.
Ranked the second-best defensive end and the 37th-best player in the country by Scout, the offers continue to roll in for Drummond. At least check, Drummond has too many offers to count, as schools like Alabama, Florida, Illinois, Miami (FL), Ohio State, Tennessee and Wisconsin have extended an offer.
Drummond has no timetable for his commitment and it is likely it would take him a long time to decide.
Status: Offered Scholarship – Medium Interest
Pat Muldoon (four stars)
6-foot-4, 255 pounds, 4.85 40-yard dash
Saint Xavier H.S. – Cincinnati, Ohio
Reporting a maximum bench press of 325 pounds and squat 455, Muldoon could play anywhere on the line in college, as he rotates down the line in Xavier's 3-3-5 base defense.
Already attending junior days at Cincinnati, Louisville, Michigan State and Pittsburgh and traveling to Iowa and Wisconsin for the Badgers' spring game, Muldoon has an astronomical 32 scholarship offers, including an offer from each Big Ten school.
Growing up a Buckeye fan and receiving an offer from the Ohio State University in early April, Muldoon had two uncles (Pat and Joe Lukens) play in Columbus during the 1970s. Muldoon's latest offer, from Notre Dame, really was a big offer for him and his recruitment could be between those two schools.
If it's any consolation, Muldoon came away from his April visit to Madison real impressed with the Wisconsin's program, the facilities and Matt Shaughnessy, someone who Muldoon looks up to.
Status: Offered Scholarship – Medium to Low Interest
Craig Roh (four stars)
6-foot-5, 225 pounds, 4.6 40-yard dash
Chaparral H.S. – Scottsdale, Arizona
A long and rangy defensive end, Roe fits the profile of whom Wisconsin is recruiting at the end position, physical players that play with intensity, have a quick first step and have long arms and quick hands to shed blockers.
"My strengths are my ability to read an offense," said Roh. "My biggest asset is my mind. I study a lot of film. My speed is also a strength. Getting off the edge is important for a defensive end."
Roh doesn't name a leader or has any favorites, which is no surprise since he currently has 34 offers to mull over. Expected to start narrowing down his list in the next two weeks, Wisconsin is going to struggle competing against some of the best football schools in the country and in a territory where they don't get many players, let alone top recruits.
Status: Offered Scholarship – Little Interest
Keenan Graham (four stars)
6-foot-4, 215 pounds, 4.6 40-yard dash
Silverado H.S. – Las Vegas, Nevada
Graham has been tested at 350 pounds on the bench and 430 pounds on the squat.
Getting his first offer from UNLV, Graham has racked up 26 more offers (including Wisconsin) and has attracted plenty of attention from the west coach as well as the east coast. Recently, Graham listed his top four as USC, UCLA, Michigan and Virginia Tech.
Status: Offered Scholarship – Little to No Interest
Shelby Harris (three stars)
6-foot-4, 235 pounds
Mequon Homestead H.S. – Mequon, Wisconsin
Being close to home, not having to spend a lot of money to travel back home and having his mom close enough to come to his game was all enough to convince Shelby Harris that Wisconsin was right for me.
The state's defensive player of the year, the junior made 92 tackles, eight sacks, two fumble recoveries and one for a touchdown. At only 235 pounds, Harris projects that he'll defensive end for the Badgers.
Wisconsin was the first to offer Harris but Duke, Indiana, Iowa, Michigan State, Minnesota and Purdue all showed interest in Harris. Harris said that he might take some visits later in the year to see what else is out there but said that his only concern now is his studies, as he is no longer worrying about his recruitment.
Status: Offered Scholarship – Wisconsin Verbal
Clay Gosse (one star)
6-foot-4, 225 pounds
Appleton North H.S. – Appleton, Wisconsin
Of all the prospects in the state not yet offered by the Badgers, Gosse's name is either at or near the top of the list for the Badger coaches. He has already unofficially visited Wisconsin a couple times, as well as Northwestern.
Gosse will be one of the many kids at Wisconsin's camps this weekend and it's a good bet that, if he performs well, he'll receive an offer, which is what Gosse is waiting for.
Status: No Offered Scholarship – High Interest
Justin Juckem (one star)
6-foot-5, 245 pounds, 4.6 40-yard dash
Chilton H.S. – Chilton, Wisconsin
After suffering an oblique fracture that ended his junior season, Juckem is back to 100 percent, as his results in track (11.3 in the 100 meters and did a 23.0 in the 200) is stellar for a guy his size.
Army and Washington State have already extended an offer to the prospect, who runs a 4.6 40 time, benches 270 pounds and squats 420 pounds, but the offers don't expect to end there. In addition to the Badgers, Buffalo, Connecticut, Iowa and Michigan State have asked for film and the school has welcomed visitors from Michigan Tech, North Dakota State, South Dakota, South Dakota State, Southern Illinois and Western Michigan.
Wisconsin's Bob Bostad has gone to Chilton to see and evaluate Juckem, but all the coach's eyes will be on him during camp, where Juckem can prove that his leg is fully healed and that he's worthy of a scholarship.
Status: No Offered Scholarship – High Interest
Also offered by Wisconsin:
Melvin Flowers (6-5, 245) Garfield Heights H.S. – Garfield Heights, Ohio – Ohio State Verbal
Kendric Johnson (6-4, 215) Palmetto H.S. – Palmetto, Florida
Brayden Burnett (6-3, 240) Carroll H.S. – Southlake, Texas