National signing day for the 2017 recruiting class for college football was a mere two weeks ago, but the work on the 2018 class is already well under way.
Defensive end Boyd Dietzen, linebacker C.J. Goetz, and outside linebacker Mason Platter, all from Wisconsin, committed to Wisconsin on Monday. Dietzen and Goetz announced their decisions on Twitter, while Platter’s commitment was broken by Travis Wilson, wissports.net.
Dietzen, Goetz, and Platter join commits Ben Bryant, Reggie Pearson Jr. and Trent Ingalls to round up the Badgers’ 2018 class.
Dietzen, who plays for the power house Wisconsin high school Division I champs Kimberly. A three-star recruit, he is listed at 6’3″ and weighs 243 lbs. He is first cousins with Badgers offensive lineman Jon Dietzen.
Goetz is also a three-star recruit from Division III champs, Catholic Memorial, where he earned first-team all-state honors. Goetz is listed as 6’4″ and weighs 225 lbs.
Platter received his offer on Sunday before committing the next day. A 6’5″, 220-pound linebacker, Platter comes from Menomonie High School.