Tyler Foreman has official visits scheduled to Oklahoma and Utah and a Big Ten school has recently gotten much more involved in his recruitment. The Encino (Calif.) Crespi safety could take a trip there as well.
Wisconsin is the new program involved with the three-star prospect who said he's definitely interested in the Badgers and is planning to visit Madison sometime before making his decision.
"They called my coach and they were talking and said they want to get me out for an official visit," Foreman said.
"They want to show me around, show me the town and they're really interested in me. They want to fly me out there and show me what's going on."
Foreman, a 6-foot-2, 190-pound recruit who could also play cornerback, is expected to visit Oklahoma later this month for the Kansas State game and he'll be at Utah in late October for the Cal matchup.
Both of those teams are under serious consideration by Foreman, rated as the No. 30 safety in the 2013 class by Rivals.com.
"The program is really great and they still tell me they want me to come down and visit," Foreman said of Oklahoma. "They've been keeping in contact with me and they want me to see the campus.
"I talk to the (Utah) coaches every day, the defensive coordinator and the defensive backs coach. We talk all the time and they're excited for me to come out there and take my visit."
Minnesota, Cal and UCLA are three other programs high on Foreman's extensive offer list. He plans to schedule his other official visits but isn't sure when that will get completed.