Thornton Township three star ranked defensive end prospect Terrance Jamison (6-foot-4, 230 pounds) has ended his recruiting process tonight, and Jamison has given the Wisconsin Badgers his verbal commitment.
"I called the coaches at Wisconsin tonight and gave them my verbal commitment," said Jamison. "It was a really hard decision to make, but I felt that Wisconsin overall was the best fit for me."
Jamison talked about why he decided to verbal to the Badgers.
"For me it was the coaches as well as the players at Wisconsin. I really liked everyone involved in the football program, plus Wisconsin also offers a great education. I just felt like my personality fit in better at Wisconsin."
Jamison claims that his official visit to Madison was also a big selling point.
"I really had a very good official visit to Wisconsin. I was able to get a much better idea of how I would fit in at Wisconsin, both on the field as well as off the field. Everything from the facilities to the players and the coaches, to the academic support and the overall campus feel, Wisconsin was the best overall fit. I felt very at home and comfortable at Wisconsin."
Jamison talked about how difficult his final decision was to make tonight.
"I was really considering both Michigan State and Northwestern pretty seriously, but I sat down with my family tonight and talked about my options as well as how I felt about each school. It feels good to have finally made this choice, and it's also a big relief for me. It was a real tough decision for me, but I went with my heart and my heart said that Wisconsin was the place for me."