Wisconsin’s first-year head coach Luke Fickel moved quickly to improve his quarterback room through the college football transfer portal, adding former Oklahoma prospect Nick Evers to the roster on Saturday. rice field.
Evers confirmed his decision on Twitter.
The 6-foot-3-inch, 190-pound Evers could be in the top 130 nationally in the 2022 soccer recruiting class, earning a consensus four-star rating from leading services coming out of Flower Mound, Texas. .
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Evers initially vowed to go to Florida after high school, but he flipped on a promise to Oklahoma, sitting behind Dillon Gabriel last season and throwing one pass in a game against Texas, but then No other action was seen.
Gabriel is set to return to the Sooners next season, and with Wisconsin removing former starting quarterback Graham Martz from its program this offseason, Fickel has been tasked with finding a new starter to develop the Badgers’ offense. ing.
Evers has four years left in his college football career and is eligible to play in Wisconsin next season.
The Badgers also recently acquired 2023 3-Star quarterback Cole LaClue and added freshman Myles Birkett to their roster.
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