The Wisconsin Badgers are known for producing great offensive linemen and for running the football in their smash-mouth offense. Those factors as well as a great overall comfort level landed the Badgers an offensive line commitment who will carry on the tradition.
"I enjoyed my Boston College visit this past weekend, but I committed to Wisconsin last night," said 6-foot-5, 295-pound offensive guard/tackle Bill Nagy from Hudson, Ohio. "I just felt it was the most comfortable place and it gave me the best feeling overall."
The offensive line tradition was one of the things that attracted him.
"That's obviously a draw, but Boston College has a great offensive line tradition too so that wasn't the reason I committed," he said. "I like the coaches and feel that Wisconsin is a great fit for me."
Nagy informed the Wisconsin coaches last evening.
"I called coach Mason and spoke to coach Bielema last night," he said. "I'm done with visits. Wisconsin is where I want to be."
The three-star prospect finished the year helping Hudson to a 7-3 record.
"Bill had a tremendous year on offense and defense," his father said. "What I saw most from him is that he controlled the game on both sides of the ball. The game revolved around him as he was double and triple teamed on defense and opened up plays on offense."