Okay, I couldn’t help myself. After publishing a feature for our MN site focusing on my favorite signings from the state to every NSIC program, I thought it’d be fun and hopefully interesting to replicate the idea with Wisconsin natives, so here we are. Now, I just wanted to begin things by saying my "favorite" signing means that for many different reasons, I think the signing and the program fit just excites me. This doesn’t mean that I am not excited by the other Wisconsin preps signed in the class, and in-fact that couldn’t be further from the truth. Whether it’s just because I am really excited to see the kid play for that team, the area/signing is a good fit or geographically special, the player fits into that programs culture well, I like the kids film a lot, the kid is adding to a pipeline, a combination of these things, or something different altogether, I just really like the commitment, and I am hoping our subscribers will think it’s interesting too. Without any more introduction necessary, check out who was my favorite Wisconsinite signed to every NSIC program that landed a commitment from the great state of Wisconsin. Thanks for reading!
Favorite Signing: DeVauntaye ParkerDeVauntayeParker6'1" | DBMenomonie | 2021StateWI
(Menomonie) DB. 6’1, 205 lbs. When I think of the Augustana Vikings football team, one of the first things I think of is their tradition of big, strong, playmaking safeties that see a ton of production and have a lot of responsibilities in Augie’s defense. Parker fits this mold and then some, and his 6’1, 205 lb. frame makes him physically ready to compete in the NSIC the first day he gets to camp. Prior to his commitment to the Vikings, he held offers from UMD, Concordia-St. Paul, Upper Iowa, Winona State, Bemidji State, and Southwest Minnesota State. He’s a hard-hitting, downhill-focused, and athletic safety who can cover underneath routes while making sure not to get beaten vertically. He moves really well for his size, shown due to some of his runs as a RB and kick-returner, so although his skill-set screams in-the-box type SS, I think he’s fast and athletic enough to help out in coverage in a 2-hi or possibly man-coverage. Another reason I love the fit is because Augustana has a far-reaching net in-terms of recruiting territories, but Wisconsin is not one of their usual hotbeds, so I was pumped to see Parker forge his own path to Sioux Falls and hopefully start creating a successful pipeline from Wisconsin to Augustana. Don’t be surprised if the Menomonie product starts contributing early to the Vikings.
Runner-Up: Carter Robinson (Appleton North/University of Utah) QB. 5’10, 186 lbs.
Favorite Signing: Tristan BenjaminTristanBenjamin6'3" | DLWebster | 2021StateWI
(Webster) OL. 6’3, 270 lbs. The Bemidji State Beavers have started to see their OL signings earn a lot more All-NSIC accolades in the last 5-6 years, with these selections coming across as more compact and powerful offensive lineman, with great mobility, a nasty streak, and versatility that comes from a lot of them having a DL background as a prep. Benjamin checks all of these boxes and then some, and is coming off a decorated prep career that saw him named a 2x Team Captain, a 2020 All-Conference pick, and a member of the 900+ pound club who totaled 93 tackles, 23 TFLs, 13 sacks, 5 FFs, and 4 FRs. He also helped Webster qualify for the state tournament four times, and also lettered twice in basketball and track. He’s a well-built and powerful lineman who moves extremely well for his size and has great body control, who also has a great initial pop and plays with a mean-streak that you would not want to be in front of. He consistently overwhelms opponents with his sheer strength and can move the man in front of him backwards with ease. I think he’s going to mesh really well with the Beavers OL room and has a great chance of finding a lot of success in college.
Runner-Up: Drayton LehmanDraytonLehman5'8" | WRMosinee | 2021StateWI
(Mosinee) WR. 5’8, 165 lbs,
Full class of Wisconsin signings: Tristan BenjaminTristanBenjamin6'3" | DLWebster | 2021StateWI
(Webster) OL. 6’3, 270 lbs., Alex CurrentAlexCurrent5'11" | RBMuskego | 2021StateWI
(Muskego) WR. 5’11, 175 lbs., Luke HessenauerLukeHessenauer6'3" | DLMilton | 2021StateWI
(Milton) DT. 6’2, 240 lbs., Drayton LehmanDraytonLehman5'8" | WRMosinee | 2021StateWI
(Mosinee) WR. 5’8, 165 lbs,
Concordia St. Paul
Favorite Signing: Jalen ReedJalenReed6'0" | DBRufus King | 2021StateWI
(Rufus King) DB. This one is tough due to the Milwaukee area programs still not having competed in football this school year, but Reed is a really athletic 5’11, 165 lb. cornerback prospect that comes from a high school ripe with skill-position and defensive back talent. The Concordia-St. Paul Golden Bears also don’t mind starting young bucks at the CB position - as long as they’ve put in the work - so I think Reed has a good chance to make some waves and put on for Wisconsin in this 2021 CSP commitment class. Additionally, CSP is starting to grow in their recruitment of the great state of Wisconsin, so I was happy to see them land a deep class of Badger state talent, and I’m hoping the Golden Bears can try and grow a healthy Milwaukee to St. Paul pipeline.
Runner-Up: Jared Pelishek (Wrightstown) LB.
Full class of Wisconsin signings: Glody KasongoGlodyKasongo6'3" | DBMilwaukee Rufus King | 2021StateWI
(Rufus King) DB., Jared Pelishek (Wrightstown) LB., Jalen ReedJalenReed6'0" | DBRufus King | 2021StateWI
(Rufus King) DB., Austin CarrilloAustinCarrillo6'5" | OLCase | 2021StateWI
(Racine Case) OL., Kaleb Kazmarek (Menomonie) K, Brock ThorntonBrockThornton6'4" | TEMenomonie | 2021StateWI
Favorite Signing: Harrison KielarHarrisonKielar6'3" | DLBrookfield East | 2021StateWI
(Brookfield East) OLB. 6’2, 225 lbs. Over the past half decade at least, the UMD Bulldogs have used their OLB signings impressively well, occasionally moving them down to DE if they get bigger, but always making sure they are great athletes for the position who can go sideline to sideline. Kielar was one of the most exciting and dynamic 2021 prospects in the state in my opinion this year, consistently impressing me with his combination of size, twitchiness, and pure strength at the DE/OLB position. He mostly played with his hand in the dirt in high school, but definitely has the athleticism to play as a standup OLB in the Bulldogs 3-4 defense. Off of the edge he’s a total monster, I can’t lie. He has a variety of pass-rush moves and can beat OT’s with inside or outside breaking moves, and finishes tackles with absolute authority. His frame is excellent, and with how twitchy and dominating of a pass-rusher he is on film I just couldn’t get over my excitement when Kielar committed to UMD at the end of October, especially given his recruitment process that saw him earn offers from Morehead State University, Concordia-St. Paul, Bemidji State, SMSU, Lake Erie College, St. Thomas, and Butler. He was also being heavily contacted by South Dakota State, and I really thought he was a possible Missouri Valley Football Conference talent, so when he landed with the Bulldogs and their nothing short of incredible 2021 commitment class, I knew the Bulldogs got a good one.
Runner-Up: Craesean SlatonCraeseanSlaton6'0" | DBOak Creek | 2021StateWI
(Oak Creek) CB. 5’11, 175 lbs.
Full class of Wisconsin signings: Zach WallaceZachWallace5'11" | RBBurlington | 2021StateWI
(Burlington) ATH. 5’11, 195 lbs., Harrison KielarHarrisonKielar6'3" | DLBrookfield East | 2021StateWI
(Brookfield East) OLB. 6’2, 225 lbs., Craesean SlatonCraeseanSlaton6'0" | DBOak Creek | 2021StateWI
(Oak Creek) CB. 5’11, 175 lbs., Kyle WalljasperKyleWalljasper6'0" | QBFond du Lac | 2021StateWI
(Fond du Lac) QB. 6’, 215 lbs. Mac StrandMacStrand6'0" | LBXavier | 2021StateWI
(Xavier) LB 6’2, 225 lbs.
Favorite Signing: Nathan Gribble (West Salem) OT. 6’6, 285 lbs. The Mavericks consistently land and develop talented lineman prospects into All-NSIC and All-American road-graders that lay the foundation for one of the nation’s most balanced and potent offensive attacks year after year. Gribble, with his massive size, played OG in high school, something that raised my eyebrows when evaluating the Wisconsin boys from every NSIC programs signing class. Not only that, he can execute a pull, operate in space, and get to the second and third level with the ability of a much smaller offensive lineman. He’s also basically a bowling ball in the open field, and can run over DL, LBs, or DBs and continue upfield without losing any momentum and barely being thrown off balance. I also like what I see from him in pass-pro, as he keeps a wide base, stays square to the rushing defensive lineman, and is patient with his hands and doesn’t flash them before the DL does. He also finishes blocks with authority, and is a leaner 285 lbs. with a lot of room to add good weight. I think he’s another potential All-NSIC/All-American on the OL, with versatility and the athleticism to help block NSIC defensive lineman in run-support or pass-pro before a lot of other prospects. Plus, we now have Sun Prairie legend and former MSU-Mankato standout Chad Henning coaching the Mavericks OL, so this will hopefully only strengthen the already powerful pipeline from Wisco to Mankato. Big things coming from Gribble!
Runner-Up: Liam WrenchLiamWrench6'3" | OLSussex Hamilton | 2021StateWI
(Sussex Hamilton) OC. 6’4, 315 lbs.
Full class of Wisconsin signings: Nathan Gribble (West Salem) OT. 6’6, 285 lbs., Liam WrenchLiamWrench6'3" | OLSussex Hamilton | 2021StateWI
(Sussex Hamilton) OC. 6’4, 315 lbs.
Minnesota State University-Moorhead
Favorite Signing: Joseph Hella (Wrightstown) DL. 6’4, 230 lbs. The MSUM Dragons have begun to strengthen their reach into Wisconsin, and got themselves a diverse and talented class of 2021 studs from the Badger State. Additionally, the Dragons do an excellent job of landing somewhat undersized high school prospects and then developing them and adding a ton of weight onto their frames once they get to Moorhead, something that not easy to do and is a testament to the Dragons, their strength and conditioning program, and the programs culture overall. However, Hella comes in physically more ready to compete than a lot of other freshman in the conference, and is an impressive in his get-off at the LOS as well as how he finishes tackles. Hopefully the Dragons keep heading back to Wrightstown in the future!
Runner-Up: Alec WhiteAlecWhite6'3" | DLWauwatosa West | 2021StateWI
(Wauwatosa West) DL. 6’3, 215 lbs.
Full class of Wisconsin signings: Joseph Hella (Wrightstown) DL. 6’4, 230 lbs., Connor Suszek (South Milwaukee) LB. 6’4, 200 lbs., Bo ChwalaBoChwala5'11" | LBStanley-Boyd | 2021StateWI
(Stanley-Boyd) LB. 5’11, 180 lbs., Reece Manteuffel (Freedom) DB. 6’1, 186 lbs., Jake Schneider (Stanley-Boyd) OL. 6’4, 220 lbs., Maddax Shinners (De Pere) WR. 6’3, 180 lbs., Alec WhiteAlecWhite6'3" | DLWauwatosa West | 2021StateWI
(Wauwatosa West) DL. 6’3, 215 lbs.
Favorite Signing: Ben JanowskiBenJanowski6'2" | OLMenomonee Falls | 2021StateWI
(Menomonee Falls) OG. 6’2, 290 lbs. Coming from powerhouse Menomonee Falls, Janowski finished up his prep career as a 2x First Team All-Conference pick, Conference OL of the Year, All-Region, and an All-State HM selection. He as formerly committed to the University of Central Arkansas on a PWO before signing with NSIC competitor Minot State in Minot State. I first off love this selection due to Minot State slowing down on their recruitment of a lot of Midwest athletes, so landing the Wisconsin big-boy gives me hope that kids will continue to sign with the Beavers from Wisconsin and MN. Not only that, Janowski is an animal who crushes defenders in the open field and is relentless at trying to finish blocks once he’s engaged. He continues to work for the pancake or look for someone to block until the whistle blows, and is a dangerous combo-blocker who has a really impressive amount of power in his arms and chest, which he uses to send kids flying if he gets under them or they are simply too weak. The upside is massive here, and with Menomonee Falls’ excellent tradition of sending kids to the collegiate level where they find a ton of success, I think we may have a future All-NSIC pick for Minot State.
Runner-Up: Only one Wisconsin native signed!
Northern State University
Favorite Signing: Aidan EnnekingAidanEnneking6'4" | TESussex Hamilton | 2021StateWI
(Sussex Hamilton) TE. 6’4, 235 lbs. Enneking, whose older brother plays football for Ivy League Cornell University, had an impressive offer list that included Winona State, Northern Michigan, Bemidji State, Upper Iowa, Ohio Wesleyan, Southwest Minnesota State, Minnesota State-Mankato, Northern State, Valparaiso, Mount Union, UW-Whitewater, and D1 Cornell University. I was PUMPED for this commitment due to the amount of offers he held, as well as his choice to forge his own path and commit to the up-and-coming Northern State Wolves over even a D1 Ivy League offer where his brother plays. Additionally, there is something special going on with the new look Wolves after their offseason hiring of former UW-Lacrosse Head Coach Mike Schmidt. With a state of the art, brand new facility and stadium almost completed, as well as new energy, successfully proven schemes and recruitment, big things are happening in Aberdeen, South Dakota, and I hope people besides me are taking note. Another point, TE’s are very important in the Northern Sun, which doubles as a traditional throwback conference in-terms of the precedence to run the football while also dabbling in pass-heavy, spread-it-out type offenses depending on which program you want to watch. Enneking fits the TE mold of both possible offenses, as he can be effective as an in-line TE who OC’s need to open up running lanes or as a pass-catcher who can hurt defenses with underneath possession catches or potential big plays deeper down field. I thought he was one of the best TE prospects in the state, and he’s going to get a lot of reps for Northern State in his college career.
Runner-Up: Donnie Lucas (Brown Deer/UW-Stevens Point) DB. 5’11, 175 lbs.
Full class of Wisconsin signings: Kiefer ChmielewskiKieferChmielewski6'5" | OLKaukauna | 2021StateWI
(Kaukauna) OL. 6’5, 310 lbs., Bobby ClearyBobbyCleary6'0" | LSSlinger | 2021StateWI
(Slinger) LS. 6’1, 245 lbs., Madden ConnellyMaddenConnelly6'2" | OLSparta | 2021StateWI
(Sparta) DL. 6’2, 250 lbs., Tavyion Crump (Kenosha Bradford) DB. 6’1, 180 lbs., Jack KlussendorfJackKlussendorf6'2" | LBWaukesha North | 2021StateWI
(Waukesha North) LB. 6’2, 220 lbs., Ben MooreBenMoore6'1" | DLKaukauna | 2021StateWI
(Kaukauna) DL. 6’, 250 lbs., Luke SchroederLukeSchroeder6'3" | WRAshwaubenon | 2021StateWI
(Ashwaubenon) WR. 6’3, 190 lbs.,
Southwest Minnesota State University
Favorite Signing: Brye HardelBryeHardel6'1" | RBIola- Scandinavia | 2021StateWI
(Iola-Scandinavia) RB. 6’2, 240 lbs. If there’s one thing that I really LOVE when watching prep highlight tapes, it’s massive RBs. There just really isn’t a more exciting kind of player or highlight tape for me to watch in all honesty, and Wisconsin has a really unique and flat out awesome tradition of putting massive and athletic prospects as RBs. Seriously, I watch film on a lot of different kids from a lot of different states, and there isn’t a place anywhere close to Wisconsin in-terms of the amount of giant and effective RBs. Year after year these huge ball-carriers are named All-Conference and All-Region, and Hardel was probably the biggest and the baddest in Wisconsin this year. He’s a 4x First Team All-Conference selection, a First Team All-State utility player, and a 2018 state champion and in 2020 he posted 1,247 rushing yards (8th in the state), 20 TDs (4th in the state), and 10.6 yards per carry!! I cannot even begin to describe how PUMPED I was when I saw Hardel listed as a RB by the SMSU coaches in their 2021 signing class feature on their website, and his senior tape is one of my favorite of any 2021er in the state. I’m surprised he didn’t have more offers out of high school, but either way SMSU landed a monster with a very high ceiling and a ton of potential at any position he wants to play. His vision, cutting ability, and even burst/top-end speed are really impressive for a kid of his size, and if you haven’t seen his senior tape please Google it. I’ll be eagerly checking in on Hardel during his college career, and cannot even begin to explain how sweet it would be to see him running the rock in the NSIC.
Runner-Up: Avery JohnsonAveryJohnson6'3" | DLLomira | 2021StateWI
(Lomira) DT. 6’3, 255 lbs. or Mario MendozaMarioMendoza6'4" | DLAppleton East | 2021StateWI
(Appleton East) DE. 6’4, 220 lbs.
Full class of Wisconsin signings: Donald AustinDonaldAustin5'11" | RBSt. John's Northwest Military Academy | 2021StateWI
(St. John’s NW Military Academy) RB. 5’11, 215 lbs., Phillip Austin (St. John’s NW Military Academy) LB. 5’11, 205 lbs., Cole DretzkaColeDretzka6'2" | LBMukwonago | 2021StateWI
(Mukwonago) DE. 6’3, 225 lbs., Willie Garrison (Homestead/Kansas State) RB. 6’1, 195 lbs., Brye HardelBryeHardel6'1" | RBIola- Scandinavia | 2021StateWI
(Iola-Scandinavia) RB. 6’2, 240 lbs., Avery JohnsonAveryJohnson6'3" | DLLomira | 2021StateWI
(Lomira) DT. 6’3, 255 lbs., Mario MendozaMarioMendoza6'4" | DLAppleton East | 2021StateWI
(Appleton East) DE. 6’4, 220 lbs., Jack McHugh-SakeJackMcHugh-Sake6'5" | TELa Crosse Logan | 2021StateWI
(LaCrosse Logan) TE. 6’5, 210 lbs., Gavin RoanhouseGavinRoanhouse6'5" | DLWaterford | 2021StateWI
(Waterford Union) DE. 6’6, 237 lbs.,
University of Sioux Falls
Favorite Signing: Mason MartinsonMasonMartinson6'4" | ATHNew Glarus/ Monticello | 2021StateWI
(New Glarus-Monticello) WR. 6’4, 220 lbs. The USF Cougars have been putting together some really big and athletic signing classes the past few years, with a really nice ability to snag physically imposing, smaller-school talents that make you think "how did they land this guy?" I think Martinson fits this prototype, as he’s an athletically gifted 6’4, 220 lb. pass-catcher who is coming from a smaller program in New Glarus-Monticello, and is aggressive and tenacious as a blocker who plays with an edge and is very hard for DBs/LBs to get around and get themselves in a good position to make a play on the ball just due to his sheer size. He’s also versatile and lined up as a true TE, wideout, or even in the slot, and you could tell a lot of the offense was designed around getting him the football, as he caught passes on TE swipe back screens, little out breaking dumps, and hitches. The upside is just through the roof here, and that’s how I view a lot of USF’s signings over the past couple years from WI and MN. I’m very excited for Martinson’s senior season this Spring.
Runner-Up: Brian RadishBrianRadish6'3" | DLMuskego | 2021StateWI
(Muskego) DL. 6’2, 230 lbs.
Full class of Wisconsin signings: Brian RadishBrianRadish6'3" | DLMuskego | 2021StateWI
(Muskego) DL. 6’2, 230 lbs., Kaden Oleson (Amherst) DL. 6’5, 215 lbs., Matt Grzybowski (Bay Port) RB. 5’9, 190 lbs., Mason MartinsonMasonMartinson6'4" | ATHNew Glarus/ Monticello | 2021StateWI
(New Glarus-Monticello) WR. 6’4, 220 lbs.
Upper Iowa University
Favorite Signing: Luke WroblewskiLukeWroblewski6'0" | DBSussex Hamilton | 2021StateWI
(Sussex Hamilton) DB. 6’, 190 lbs. My favorite signing for the 2021 Upper Iowa Peacock commitment class was by far the most difficult of any program I that signed a Wisco native this recruiting cycle. They hit Wisconsin HARD in 2020-21, and signed a geographically and positionally diverse crop of athletes from the Badger State, but after watching the film and remembering the context of each players signing it was hard to ignore the commitment of Sussex Hamilton tackling-machine Luke WroblewskiLukeWroblewski6'0" | DBSussex Hamilton | 2021StateWI
. For a long time the Charger athlete was committed to play college baseball, a fact that somewhat bummed me out as I knew he had a lot of talent on the gridiron and I was hoping he was still fielding recruiting pitches from college coaches. Sounds like UIU knew what to say to the Hamilton LB, and I’m really happy they kept plugging away in recruiting him, because I think he’s an excellent addition to the NSIC. There are a few things I really like about this commitment, with the first being that the Peacocks have him projected to play DB in their defense. That got me excited, but what got me even more pumped was just Wroblewski as a player in general. I got to see Sussex Hamilton play Baraboo this year and was blown away with Luke and his incredible instincts on the football field. He was always, and I mean always, around the football, and when he got ahold of a ball-carrier he was not letting go. He also had range and could go sideline-to-sideline, and could also blitz and cover. He was the total package at LB and would be an excellent strong safety in the Northern Sun. Also, I know it’s weirdly specific but Sussex Hamilton was one of my favorite high school football teams in Wisconsin since before I began scouting the state for PrepRedzone, mostly because I saw Jackson Kollath’s and Lucas Finnessy’s film in 2016. Go Chargers, baby.
Runner-Up: Sammy SmithSammySmith6'0" | LBSun Prairie | 2021StateWI
(Sun Prairie) LB. 6’1, 230 lbs.
Full class of Wisconsin signings: Demetrius WalkerDemetriusWalker6'3" | DLRobert La Follette | 2021StateWI
(Madison La Follette) D-ATH. 6’3, 230 lbs., Brayden StoneBraydenStone5'10" | LBMilwaukee Rufus King | 2021StateWI
(Rufus King) LB. 5’10, 210 lbs., Sammy SmithSammySmith6'0" | LBSun Prairie | 2021StateWI
(Sun Prairie) LB. 6’1, 230 lbs., Jesse WeberJesseWeber6'0" | ATHLomira | 2021StateWI
(Lomira) DB. 6’, 180 lbs., Luke WroblewskiLukeWroblewski6'0" | DBSussex Hamilton | 2021StateWI
(Sussex Hamilton) DB. 6’, 190 lbs., Michael JensonMichaelJenson5'11" | DBElk Mound | 2021StateWI
III (Elk Mound) DB. 5’11, 170 lbs., Ben BrawnerBenBrawner6'3" | QBCase | 2021StateWI
(Racine Case) QB. 6’3, 200 lbs., Isaiah GrayIsaiahGray6'5" | TERiver Falls | 2021StateWI
(River Falls) TE. 6’5, 210 lbs., Corbin HauserCorbinHauser6'1" | WRSparta | 2021StateWI
(Sparta) WR. 6’2, 190 lbs., Jacob SeegerJacobSeeger6'6" | OLIndian Trail | 2021StateWI
(Indian Trail) OL. 6’6, 265 lbs., Riley KennowRileyKennow6'5" | OLIndian Trail | 2021StateWI
(Indian Trail) OL. 6’5, 310 lbs., Will DeGoeyWillDeGoey6'8" | OLKaukauna | 2021StateWI
(Kaukauna) OL. 6’8, 350 lbs., Zach HamiltonZachHamilton6'5" | OLGreendale | 2021StateWI
(Greendale) OL. 6’5, 280 lbs.
Favorite Signing: Mason BuehlerMasonBuehler6'1" | DBMuskego | 2021StateWI
(Muskego) DB. 6’1, 185 lbs. Man, the Winona State Warriors landed a very compelling and talented 2021 commitment class, particularly from the state of Wisconsin. The Warriors seem to almost rotate in where the meat in their commitment class comes from, rotating between Minnesota, Illinois, and Wisconsin, and in 2021 they did an incredible job of snagging Badger State studs that are going to be excellent additions to the Northern Sun. I feel like they hit the positional groups of OL and DBs especially well in 2021, and I just couldn't look past the athletic ability of Buehler, a smooth and playmaking CB with excellent size coming from a powerhouse program in Muskego. In his career he posted 95 tackles, 8 interceptions, and 13 PBUs, and he's particularly effective in zone coverage and was great at baiting QBs into throws that he can get up and under. He plays the ball really well in the air, gets out of his breaks well, and can lay the boom when given the chance. He's long, strong, and aggressive, and is an asset in run-support. With great feet and long strides, he covers a lot of ground, and is really a natural and complete DB prospect who will look great patrolling the defensive backfield of the Warriors. I just love his upside, and Winona State has seen a lot of success from DBs built just like Buehler, so I think he'll fit well into the WSU defensive room.
Runner-Up: Malachi MunozMalachiMunoz6'4" | OLSheboygan Falls | 2021StateWI
(Sheboygan Falls) OL.
Full class of Wisconsin signings: Austin ZeeveldAustinZeeveld6'3" | OLPlymouth | 2021StateWI
(Plymouth) OL. 6’3, 310 lbs., Brett Boram (Menomonee Falls/Northwest Missouri State) LB. 6’, 205 lbs., Brett Perronne (Kimberly) TE. 6’3, 220 lbs., Drew Goettl (Eau Claire Regis) DB., Griffin WiegelGriffinWiegel5'11" | DBKimberly | 2021StateWI
(Kimberly) DB. 5’10, 170 lbs., Mason BuehlerMasonBuehler6'1" | DBMuskego | 2021StateWI
(Muskego) DB. 6’1, 185 lbs., Patrick WrightPatrickWright6'6" | OLMilwaukee Riverside | 2021StateWI
(Milwaukee Riverside) OL. 6’6, 345 lbs., Ryan LundRyanLund6'3" | OLCambridge | 2021StateWI
(Cambridge) OL. 6’3, 285 lbs., Tristan Root (Eau Claire Regis) DB. 5’8, 180 lbs., Malachi MunozMalachiMunoz6'4" | OLSheboygan Falls | 2021StateWI
(Sheboygan Falls) OL.
Didn’t Sign a Wisconsin Native
Wayne State University
University of Mary