Tyler Foreman took his second official visit this past weekend and it was another good trip, something new for the Encino (Calif.) Crespi defensive back to consider as his recruitment continues.
Foreman, who visited Oklahoma in September, went to Wisconsin and saw a thrilling game against Michigan State. The fans were going crazy, the stadium was packed and Foreman said he was impressed with what the Badgers offered.
"The Wisconsin trip was good," Foreman said. "I took a tour of the school and I met with the players and the coaches and then watched the game. I hung out with the players and that was pretty much it.
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"It's a school I'm going to consider because it has good academics and it's a good football team so that's important to me."
Wisconsin lost the game to Michigan State in overtime but it was a thrilling finish and Foreman said he liked that the stadium was filled and stayed loud the entire time.
The three-star prospect also took special notice of the student section.
"It was pretty fun," Foreman said. "They had 90,000-plus and the student section was really loud and crazy. They have a really good fan base so I really liked that."
The 6-foot-2, 190-pound prospect will take an official visit to Utah this weekend and then plans to slow things down in his recruitment. Cal, Minnesota and UCLA are three other programs that are under serious consideration.
Rivals.com rates the Crespi standout as the No. 30 safety in the 2013 class and No. 41 in the California state rankings.