Milwaukee, WISt. Frances
There isn't a shortage of size or talent when looking at the nation's No. 1 offensive tackle Oglesby. His great feet and athleticism is very good considering how big he stands over most defenders. He plays physical, extends his arms well and is quick enough to get to the next level. Wingspan is also another positive for the state's top prospect. The nation's No. 6 overall prospect decided to stay home at play for Wisconsin despite racking up offers from all over the country. Southern Cal, Notre Dame, Ohio State, Florida State, and Nebraska are just a handful of the many schools that offered him early. Oglesby projects well as a left tackle and though he may be bigger than most of his high school opponents, he should have no problem developing extremely well for the Badgers.
Racine, WIPark High
A freakish athlete that doubles as an elite running back.
Madison, WIMiddleton High
An early commitment to Wisconsin is a real catch.
Milwaukee, WIMilwaukee Riverside Univ
An emerging offensive tackle.
|3 stars||6'4"||300||Miami (OH)|
Blew up at the Badger camp and earned an offer.
Rapidly improving tight end prospect making a name in the summer.
Become the target of a heated recruiting battle late.
|2 stars||6'5"||220||Cent. Michigan|
Wales, WIKettle Moraine
Good guard prospect that is a talented all-around athlete.
|2 stars||6'5"||250||W. Michigan|
Northern Illinois gets a good one.
|2 stars||6'5"||260||Northern Illinois|
Somers, WIShoreland Lutheran
Tall, physical receiver that also has good speed.