A few days after shining in the Nebraska state championship track meet, Papillion-La Vista defensive back Kenzo Cotton received more good news.
LINCOLN, Neb. - A few days after breaking winning the Nebraska state championship in the 100m with a time of 10.41 (deemed wind aided), Papillion-La Vista soon to be senior defensive back Kenzo Cotton has received an offer from Wisconsin.
"I'm pretty excited. I have heard good things about Coach Anderson," said Cotton in a text message to Big Red Report.
The Badgers join Kansas State as schools who have offered, but teams like Nebraska, Oregon, Stanford, and a few Ivy league schools are also interested.
Former Nebraska Cornhusker quarterback and current Oregon assistant Scott Frost was at Cotton's school on Monday. According to former Nebraska running back and 1620 "The Zone" morning host Damon Benning, Stanford will be in school next week.
The son of former Husker Curtis Cotton, Kenzo also has a list of schools like North Carolina, Arkansas, and Kansas recruiting him for track. Cotton has previously told BRR he plans to play both sports at the next level.
In addition to winning the Nebraska state 100m over the weekend, Cotton won the 200m with a time of 21.31 - breaking the state meet record of 21.4.
We will have much more on Cotton's newest offer in the coming days.
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Josh Harvey has covered college football and recruiting for Fox Sports & Scout.com since 2008. He is now the Publisher of Big Red Report, covering Nebraska athletics. Facebook | Twitter|