Football: Wisconsin’s top offensive tackle verbally commits to Badgers

Sep 16, 2020 cfzcwphz

first_imgUniversity of Wisconsin head football coach Paul Chryst yet again left his mark on the recruiting trail Sunday afternoon when Wisconsin’s No. 1 ranked offensive tackle Tyler Beach verbally committed to the— Tyler Beach (@venomt57) April 3, 2016Beach, a four-star recruit, tweeted the following statement:“My dream is finally a reality! I would like to thank my parents for making me the man I have become today, and I would like to thank all the coaches who have spent their time recruiting me. They have all given me a chance to do great things. With that announcement I would like to say I am committing to the University of Wisconsin-Madison! Thank you”Beach, who attends Port Washington High School, had offers from football powerhouses like Notre Dame, Michigan and Michigan State, but ultimately chose to stay in his home state.Beach visited Wisconsin Thursday, and apparently that last visit was all it took to get him to give the school his commitment.Wisconsin Visit tomorrow! Excited to see more of the University.— Tyler Beach (@venomt57) March 30, 2016“They left a great impression,” Beach said to 24/7 sports. “They always do every time I go. The culture and tradition isn’t matched by many schools.”Tyler Beach: “I just had the feeling I need to go here.” #Badgers— Evan Flood (@Evan_Flood) April 3, 2016Beach’s commitment gives UW the state’s best offensive tackles for the second straight season after they signed Cole Van Lanen — Wisconsin’s No. 1 ranked offensive tackle in 2016, according to the 2016 Wisconsin football recruiting class: OffenseThe Wisconsin football team struggled mightily at times on offense due to numerous injuries and lack of depth. Despite those Read…In terms of the university’s current recruiting class, Beach’s commitment gives the Badgers their fourth commitment on the offensive line — all of whom have been their top four recruiting targets on the line — and ninth overall commitment of the 2017 season.Beach’s commitment also puts them at No. 19 in’s 2017 class rankings and they currently have the fourth highest class ranking in the Big Ten behind Ohio State (No. 1), Michigan (No. 8) and Iowa (No. 18).Wisconsin has landed its top four offensive line targets by April 3rd. That’s incredible. UW off to a STRONG recruiting start in 2017— Benjamin Worgull (@TheBadgerNation) April 3, 2016last_img

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