UW Camp: Defensive Standouts

UW Camp: Defensive Standouts

Check out defensive standouts from Wisconsin's one day camp Sunday on campus.

Check out Scout.com's list of defensive standouts from Sunday's Wisconsin camp:

Richard Burney, Hickory High (Va.)
Burney, a Wisconsin legacy, was explosive and impressive with his dad, Richard, watching from the sidelines. He stands 6-foot-5, 225 pounds and moves really well for his size. I didn't see him lose a rep the entire afternoon during one-on-ones. He pushed the offensive lineman back and had the ability to stay low.


Ruzek talking to Coach Chad

Andrew Ruzek, Stevens Pointe (Wis.)
"He's really big, at 6-6, 240 he's a big bodied kid. Has the ability to gain more weight. He needs to work on his speed but he knows how to disengage from the offensive lineman and he did well in the one-on-ones. I think out of the defensive lineman he was easily one of the two best." -- Brice Marich

Antonio Shenault, Lake Park (Ill.)
No surprise, it was a big camp for Shenualt. Probably the biggest testing event was his shuttle in 4.25. He's explosive and I think built for man coverage like Wisconsin plays. He's solidly built and will be a prospect that the Badgers keep high on their list.

Titus Booker, Grayslake North (Ill.)
One of the prospects that had a big day was Booker -- he's a long, fast prospect coming off a second place finish in the 100m in the Illinois State track and field meet. A 10.6 and 21.55 in the 200m dash. He has a little work to do with his grades, but he is definitely a kid to watch for.

Duke Shelley, Tucker High (Ga.)
"He was very quick, ran a good forty. I know that the coaches did a double take on his 40 time, it was that good. He was just a playmaker, just makes plays on the field that a lot of other guys can't. He was impressive today. Plus there is that Georgia tie with Coach Brown. His dad thinks that Wisconsin is at the top of his list." -- Brice Marich, Badgernation.

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