Seymour, Wis., class of 2015 offensive tackle Jon Dietzen attended Wisconsin's camp this summer, earning an offer from the Badgers in the process. He had never attended a Wisconsin game until this past weekend, however.
"I went to the Wisconsin vs. Tennessee Tech game," Dietzen said. "I actually have a cousin who long snaps for Tennessee Tech.
"It was definitely something to see. We got to go on the sidelines for warm-ups, and being down there at that level is different from what you see on TV. It's really good to get that feel for what college football really is."
During his first experience inside Camp Randall on game day, Dietzen was taken aback by the level of passion and enthusiasm.
"The whole atmosphere of Camp Randall was just awesome," he said. "I couldn't imagine having all the fans coming from all over Wisconsin to watch."
Dietzen holds offers from Wisconsin and Nebraska. He also has been hearing from Michigan State recently and is just starting to develop his game plan for handling his recruitment.
"I'd like to meet some coaches, see the campuses and know that I could live there (without) football," he said. "It's a tough process, just because you have to get a feel for a lot of things at all the schools."
No other visits are planned in the immediate future for Dietzen. His focus is on Seymour football, which has started the season 2-1. The 6-foot-5, 315-pound lineman is starting at right tackle, but he could project on the inside in college.
"I guess (schools) are recruiting me for either spot right now," he said. "If I can get on the field, I'll do whatever I can and whatever makes the team better."
Josh Helmholdt is the Midwest Region football recruiting analyst for Rivals.com. You can click here to follow him on Twitter.
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