The Wisconsin Badgers continue to make progress in the 2023 class of recruits, adding three players in a week, but that hasn’t stopped staff from continuing to work on the 2024 class of recruits as well.
With coaches able to take to the streets and rate players across the country, the staff continues to be aggressive on the recruiting path, offering second-tier athletes.
Three new offers for 2024 have gone out so far this week, and All Badgers is here to break down each of the talented prospects.
Titus Cram of Bondurant, Iowa
Cram, a three-star athlete according to 247 Sports and Rivals, could play several positions at the next level, though wide receiver coach Alvis Whitted extended the offer based on his tweet.
Cram currently has additional offerings from Iowa, Iowa State, Kansas State, Minnesota, Missouri and Nebraska.
The 6-footer is a nervous and versatile playmaker who primarily plays running back and safety for his high school team in the film, and the offensive side of the ball seems like the most natural fit for him right now.
He rushed for 1,461 yards last year, added 232 receiving yards and added 28 total touchdowns for Bondurant-Farrar High School.
It’s still very early in the recruiting process, but both Iowa and Iowa State, as well as Nebraska, have all had him on campus a number of times, so the Badgers need to make up some ground and hope to bring him to Madison sometime this summer.
Freshman outside linebacker TJ Bollers is the youngest player signed from Iowa by the Badgers.
You can watch Cram’s second highlights here.
Guerby Lambert of West Roxbury, Massachusetts
Guerby Lambert, who was rated a four-star contender by 247 Sports, received a scholarship offer from offensive line coach Bob Bostad Monday night.
The 2024 offensive lineman from Massachusetts’ Catholic Memorial High School is a top-150 recruit for his class and already has an impressive list of offers.
Wisconsin joins Boston College, Kentucky, Michigan, Notre Dame, Ohio State and Pittsburgh in a fight for Guerby, who also competes in track and field.
At 6’7 and 280 pounds, he has the frame to truly develop into a next-level standout offensive tackle, and the Badgers have a strong history at the position.
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Given his strong offer list, Guerby will likely only add scholarships in the coming months, but he would represent a big win in the class of 2024 if Wisconsin could manage to win on his recruiting.
You can watch his second film here.
Nick Marsh of River Rouge, Michigan
A four-star contender in the class of 2024, Nick Marsh is one of the top wide receivers in the Midwest.
Marsh comes from the same high school as former Wisconsin safety Reggie Pearson and has other early offers from Arizona State, Boston College, Cincinnati, Georgia Tech, Kentucky, Maryland, Michigan, Michigan State, Minnesota, Nebraska, Notre Dame, Ole Miss, Penn State, Pitt, Syracuse, Tennessee and West Virginia.
At 6-foot-3 and just under 200 pounds, Marsh is a taller receiver, making him a potential mismatch in the Big Ten. Michigan and Michigan State will likely be tough to beat for the top 100 athlete, but Wisconsin has already had success at Michigan State under Paul Chryst.
He’s a physically formidable player and Marsh has a ton of advantages given his size and ball skills. Wisconsin has been very active in the 2024 class of recruits when it comes to wide receivers, and Marsh is one of the best overall athletes to have an offer from the Badgers for the position.
Wide Receivers coach Alvis Whitted was the staff member who broke the good news to Marsh, and he has ties to Michigan State, so Whitted may be able to give the Badgers a shot in this hard-fought recruiting.
Marsh and River Rouge High School lost to Wisconsin signee Tommy McIntosh and DeWitt High School in the State Championship game.
You can check out Marsh’s second highlights here.
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