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Wisconsin Football Makes the Cutdown for a 2025 Wide Receiver

And then there were 10.

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Oct 1, 2022; Madison, Wisconsin, USA; A Wisconsin Badgers helmet during the game against the Illinois Fighting Illini at Camp Randall Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Jeff Hanisch-USA TODAY Sports

The Wisconsin football recruiting department got some encouraging news on Wednesday afternoon. Santonyo Isaac, a three-star wide receiver from Tampa Bay, Florida, in the 2025 cycle — trimmed his list of schools down to 10 — and the Badgers made the list. 

Isaac, who holds more than 25 scholarship offers, will move forward with a revised list that includes Penn State, Auburn, Alabama, UCF, Oregon, Pitt, Florida State, Texas A&M, Michigan, and Wisconsin. 

Wisconsin Football Makes the Top 10 for WR Santonyo Isaac

Santonyo Isaac is a 6-foot and 160-pound slot wideout from Tampa Bay Tech High School. 

According to the 247Sports composite recruiting rankings, he is the No. 377 player in the 2025 cycle, the No. 53 WR in the country, and the No. 53 prospect in Florida. 

Wisconsin football is expected to be rather picky on the recruiting trail regarding 2025 wide receiver takes, considering the influx of bodies at the position following the transition to the air raid offense. 

As it stands, the Badgers currently hold three commits in Isaac’s class from quarterback Landyn Locke (TX), defensive back Remington Moss (VA), and offensive tackle Michael Roeske (WI). 

The Wisconsin football coaching staff wants to be a recruit and develop program — and that starts with getting as many of their own guys as possible. It’ll be interesting to see if the Badgers can get Isaac on campus this winter for a visit. 



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Trevor Lovec is a freelance sports writer, BadgerNotes.com correspondent, and a diehard Northern Iowa fan. He covers Wisconsin football & basketball, plus a little Badgers recruiting for Badgernotes.com.

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