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Wisconsin Football OL Colin Cubberly Signs National Letter of Intent

Colin Cubberly is officially signed to the Wisconsin football program’s 2024 class.



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Sep 10, 2022; Madison, Wisconsin, USA; Wisconsin Badgers logo on a flag prior to the game against the Washington State Cougars at Camp Randall Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Jeff Hanisch-USA TODAY Sports

One of the Wisconsin football program’s five offensive line commits put pen to paper on Wednesday. 

Colin Cubberly, a New York native, signed his National Letter of Intent, officially joining UW’s 2024 recruiting class. 

Wisconsin Football Signee: Colin Cubberly

Position: OL

Height: 6-foot-6

Weight: 300 pounds

School: Arlington High School

Recruiting Rankings

247Sports Composite: 3-star – Grade: 0.8744 – No. 755 in the nation; No. 55 OT; No. 5 in New York

247Sports: 3-star – Grade: 86 – No. 91 OT; No. 8 in New York

On3: 3-star – Grade: 88 – No. 46 OT; No. 4 in New York

Rivals: 3-star – Grade: 5.7 – No. 75 OT; No. 4 in New York

ESPN: 3-star – Grade: 77 – No. 69 OT; No. 8 in New York

Commitment to the Wisconsin Football Program

Cubberly joins Emerson Mandell, Derek Jensen, Kevin Heywood, and Ryan Cory in Wisconsin’s offensive line haul in the 2024 class. 

The Lagrangeville, New York native picked up 18 offers during his recruitment, with Texas, Syracuse, Pitt, Rutgers, Cincinnati, Indiana, West Virginia, Boston College, and others extending a scholarship. 

Cubberly took a visit to Wisconsin as a part of a massive recruiting weekend during the summer. The Arlington High School standout made a stop to Madison on June 9th and announced his commitment just three days later. Cubberly did take a visit to Pitt shortly after his commitment, but UW was able to retain him. 

Luke Fickell and company may have changed schemes, but they have stuck to the bread and butter of Wisconsin football: strong offensive line recruiting. After National Signing Day, the Badgers will sign a top-five offensive line class in the 2024 cycle.


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