Bredeson Striving to be the Best

Continuing to pick up major scholarship offers, Hartland Arrowhead junior offensive lineman Ben Bredeson is working on building his game and getting the Warhawks offense moving in the right direction.

Scout TV: Ben Bredeson

WAUKESHA - Going against one of the best defensive ends in the state, Hartland Arrowhead offensive lineman Ben Bredeson showed why he's one of the top juniors in the state, being recruited by Michigan, Michigan State, Notre Dame, Penn State, Wisconsin and others.

Scout Top 50 HSFB Rankings - Week 6

Here's a look at the Top 50 High School Football teams in the country, with Don Bosco Prep holding on to the top spot and a new team makes its descent to the No. 2 spot...

Whalen Sees Wisconsin Again

With Wisconsin trying to take two more scholarship linebackers in the 2015 class, according to defensive coordinator Dave Aranda, where does that leave Wausau West linebacker Jake Whalen, who took another visit to Madison Saturday?

McCabe Reconnects with Wisconsin

One of the top players in the state in the Class of 2018, Kaukauna point guard Jordan McCabe, who took an unofficial visit to Wisconsin Saturday, has already built a solid relationship with Wisconsin's three assistant coaches.

On Campus: September 26

This weekend some key visits take place in the world of college basketball recruiting. Here is a rundown.

Kern on Wisconsin's Radar

Starting to take a closer look at who will join the program as a walk-on in 2015, the Wisconsin coaching staff is starting to take a closer look at Eau Claire (WI) Regis offensive lineman Nolan Kern.

Scout Top 50 HSFB Rankings - Week 5

For the second week in a row, there's a new No. 1 High School Football team. Here's a look at the Top 50 High School Football teams in the country.

Strong Weighing UW Walk-On Offer

Having a strong desire to play for Wisconsin, Oak Creek (WI) defensive back Elijah Strong has a chance after getting a preferred walk-on offer from the Badgers over the weekend.

Pfaff at Ease at Wisconsin

One of three committed players on Wisconsin campus over the weekend, Mequon Homestead defensive end David Pfaff got a taste of what it's going to be like playing for the Badgers next season.