The commitments keep on rolling in for the University of Wisconsin football team.
Cornerback Travian Blaylock became the latest Thursday night when he reportedly pledged his future to the Badgers. It marked UW’s third commitment in two days after athlete Isaac Guerendo tweeted his decision earlier Thursday and defensive tackle Bryson Williams did the same Wednesday.
While the Badgers extended offers to Guerendo and Williams in recent weeks, the 6-foot, 175-pound Blaylock was a player many thought could eventually be the final piece of UW’s fast-forming 2018 recruiting class.
The Humble, Texas, native is the second cornerback prospect — along with Alexander Smith — to commit to the Badgers in the past month. Twelve of UW’s 19 commitments this recruiting cycle have joined the class since May.
Blaylock rates as a three-star prospect by Scout, 247sports and Rivals, and his offer list included Cincinnani, Kansas State, Washington State, Memphis and Colorado State, according to BadgerNation. Stanford was his other finalist.
Per 247sports, who first reported his commitment, Blaylock plans to sign in February instead of December.