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2025 EDGE Brody Clubb Recaps Recent Wisconsin Football Visit

The Wisconsin football program hosted 2025 EDGE Brody Clubb on a visit this past weekend. The three-star prospect recaps his visit with BadgerNotes.



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During last Saturday’s conference clash with Iowa, the Wisconsin football program hosted several 2025 prospects. Although the Badgers couldn’t come away with a win on the field, Wisconsin made a strong impression on Brody Clubb, who made his second stop at Wisconsin this past weekend.

“My visit was awesome. The atmosphere was really cool,” Clubb told BadgerNotes.

Brody Clubb Recaps Recent Wisconsin Football Visit

Saturday’s trip served as an opportunity for Clubb to connect with the staff and begin to forge their relationship. The three-star EDGE rusher came away from the visit with a good impression.

“The coaches were very welcoming and made it feel like home,” Clubb said. “My relationship is still growing with most of the staff. I am in contact with coach Mitchell (the most). I was able to talk with a couple of grad assistants and coach Mitchell for a bit.”

While getting his second look at the campus, Clubb also took some time to take in the hustle and bustle of Madison. Safe to say, he liked what he saw.

“The campus was beautiful and the city of Madison was awesome. Great atmosphere,” Clubb said.

According to the industry-generated 247Sports Composite, Clubb is the No. 657 player in the nation, the No. 45 EDGE, and the No. 9 player in Iowa. He’s been garnering some attention as of late, earning an offer from Iowa State and fielding some interst from several other schools.

“I’ve heard from Iowa State, Kansas, Nebraska, Mizzou, Kansas State, and North Dakota State,” Clubb told BadgerNotes.

The Iowa native came away from the visit with a strong impression of UW and the staff. After a great visit, Clubb wants to get back to Madison in the future.

“During the spring I’ll try to get back up there for a junior day,” Clubb said.

The three-star defensive lineman is in no rush to make a decision and will continue to take his recruitment day by day. However, he did note what the most important factor will be for him as he narrows down his choices.

“My focus when selecting a school would be the life after football aspect,” Clubb explained. Of course, I would love to play in the NFL, but a small percentage makes it. So it’s just knowing when I step in there as a freshman that in 4-5 years I’ll come out the best version of myself hand have a solid degree.”

As it stands, the Wisconsin Badgers football program holds two commitments in the 2025 recruiting class from Remington Moss and Landyn Locke.

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