Over the past several months the game and recruitment level of Collin Madson have continued to greatly build. After being one of the more underrated 2023 recruits in Wisconsin previously, the 6’3” point guard of Mukwonago High School and the 24Up program, has started to receive the college interest deserved for a player of his level. 

The programs to have currently offered him a scholarship are Concordia Ann Arbor, Kentucky Christian, and Waldorf. He has also taken visits to a few division three programs recently including Illinois Wesleyan, Wisconsin-Lacrosse, and Wisconsin-Whitewater. He will also be visiting Bemidji State this Saturday in addition to working on setting up a visit to Southwest Minnesota State in the near future. 

Madson discussed a few of the schools that are currently standing out to him. When talking about Wisconsin-Whitewater, Madson stated “I have been to UWW four times between the summer and fall. I really like the constant interest and belief they have in me as a player.” 

For Bemidji State, he said “I really like the coaching staff and facilities. They have been in contact with me a lot recently and have shown that I am one of their higher recruits.” 

“I really like the culture and tradition they have,” he said about Southwest Minnesota State. “The facilities are top notch. Coach Bigler has been in contact with me a lot recently, and I am looking forward to building a relationship with him.”

For Wisconsin-Oshkosh, “I really love their culture and how much they win. I am fortunate to be recruited by Coach Lewis and the Oshkosh staff.”

“I pride myself on defense and locking down my opponents,” Madson first said to describe his own game. “I am a point guard that can get to the rim and finish strong, while being a knockdown shooter as well. I have a high IQ and see the floor and my teammates as well. I love winning and will do whatever I can on both ends of the floor to make that happen.” During the spring and summer while playing with 24Up, he proved to be a highly impactful player with these traits on both sides of the basketball. 

Madson is in no rush to make his college commitment and is looking to pick his future college by the end of his senior season.