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Wisconsin Football Set to Host a Pair of 2025 Four-Star Prospects

The Wisconsin football program is set to host a pair of fast-rising juniors as some focus has shifted to the 2025 recruiting cycle.



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Madison, Wis. – The Wisconsin football program has built a standout recruiting class in year one under Luke Fickell. It’s never too early to look toward the future, though, and UW has scheduled a pair of visits with some up-and-coming 2025 prospects, Kamren Flowers and Jaylen Williams.

Wisconsin Football Set to Host Kamren Flowers

Flowers, a four-star receiver out of Michigan, has picked up ten offers early on in his recruitment. Some notable schools to offer the 6-foot, 160-pound receiver include Penn State, Miami, Arizona State, Michigan State, and several others.

According to the industry-generated 247Sports Composite, Flowers is the No. 307 player in the 2025 class, the No. 40 wide receiver, and the No. 5 player in Michigan.

Wisconsin offered Flowers in May when he started to garner some attention. The rising junior will also make a stop at Michigan State, the school that offered him first, this month.

Wisconsin Football Set to Host Jaylen Williams

Jaylen Williams will also visit Madison on the 29th for his second visit to UW. Luke Fickell and company offered the four-star defensive lineman in January when he made his first stop.

Williams has garnered attention from some big-time schools, including Michigan, Tennessee, Oregon, Auburn, Texas A&M, and several others.

According to the 247Sports Composite, Williams is the No. 221 player in the nation, the No. 24 defensive lineman, and the No. 5 player in Illinois.

Wisconsin has made it a point of emphasis to recruit the Chicagoland area, and the staff is already pushing hard for Williams. Defensive line recruiting has been a bit of a struggle for the new staff in year one. However, bringing in a highly sought-after target like Williams and being aggressive in his recruitment is a good sign for the future.

As it stands, Wisconsin holds one commitment in the 2025 cycle from QB Landyn Locke.

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