Posted On: 08/12/19 4:33 PM
In Wisconsin, “when it rains it pours” took on a whole new meaning this year. When the Green Bay Packers struggled, they missed the playoffs, dumped their 13-year head coach, and called to the carpet the longevity of their beloved quarterback. And when Jalen Johnson departed to a prep school, it just so happened that two other high-major prospects had left before him.
Jalen, Jamari Sibley, and Michael Foster Jr. left a vacuum where there was once a treasure trove of nationally-ranked talent in the division-two field. As expected, Nicolet and Milwaukee Washington, their respective programs, slipped down the rankings as well. But with their departures comes new frontrunners and a path for a dark horse to make a play at the St