Handful of top lists include Wisconsin

Prospects on Wisconsin's recruiting board are trimming their list of potential schools from 10 to five and even down to two. catches you up on all the latest with projections and insight.
Prospect: Three-star running back Ty'Son Williams
Location: Sumter (SC) Crestwood
Top 4: Wisconsin, South Carolina, Notre Dame, North Carolina
Wisconsin's perspective: Wisconsin would love add Williams to its 2015 class and position coach Thomas Brown has been in consistent contact. The three-star prospect would like to make his decision before the start of his senior season.
School to beat: South Carolina
Prospect: Three-star running back Devine Ozigbo
Location: Sachse (TX)
Top 8: Boise State, Boston College, Iowa, Kansas, Kansas State, Mississippi State, Vanderbilt, Wisconsin
Wisconsin's perspective: Ozigbo plans to make his decision on July 22 and has yet to visit Wisconsin. Davon Crookshank is a more realistic and possibly preferred option from Texas at tailback.
School(s) to beat: Iowa, Iowa State
Prospect: Three-star wide receiver Shaquery Wilson
Location: Coral Gables (FL)
Wisconsin's perspective: Wisconsin appears to be looking for another wide receiver to pair with Andrew James and Brandyn Lee. Wilson, who picked up a recent offer, probably ranks just below Aramis Alexander on the staff's pecking order.
Top 5: Georgia, Wisconsin, Arkansas, Virginia, West Virginia
School to beat: Georgia
Prospect: Three-star wide receiver Felton Davis
Location: Highland Springs (VA)
Top 10: Louisville, Miami, Michigan State, Missouri, Nebraska, Vanderbilt, Virginia, Virginia Tech, West Virginia, Wisconsin
Wisconsin's perspective: Another receiver Wisconsin is very high on, Davis could take an official visit to Madison this fall. West Virginia and Virginia Tech, however, are established leaders at this point.
School(s) to beat: West Virginia, Virginia Tech
Prospect: Three-star wide receiver Kevin Thomas
Location: DeSoto (TX)
Top 6: Clemson, Indiana, Kansas, Nebraska, San Diego State, Wisconsin
Wisconsin's perspective: The Badgers have already secured a commitment from Thomas' prep teammate, linebacker Chris Orr. If there's room later in the process, Thomas is a solid option for Wisconsin.
School(s) to beat: Clemson, Nebraska
Prospect: Three-star offensive lineman Semisi Uluave
Location: Honolulu (HI) Punahou
Top 5: UCLA, Wisconsin, Vanderbilt, Texas Tech, Oregon
Wisconsin's perspective: Wisconsin is looking for one more offensive lineman to add to its 2015 class and Uluave ranks pretty high along with Kevin Estes. The three-star prospect is expected to take an official visit to Madison this fall and will likely be hosted by fellow Hawaii native Micah Kapoi, who is gearing up for his first fall camp.
School(s) to beat: UCLA, Oregon, Vanderbilt
Prospect: Three-star defensive end Rahn Bailey
Location: League City (TX) Clear Falls
Top 2: Wisconsin, Wake Forest
Wisconsin's perspective: If Wisconsin wants Bailey, who visited unofficially in June, in late summer or early fall, there's a good chance he winds up a Badger. But the staff still has some big targets remaining at outside linebacker/defensive end who likely grade out higher in comparison.
School to beat: Wake Forest
Prospect: Three-star defensive end Gus Cumberlander
Location: Ellenwood (GA) Cedar Grove
Top 5: Georgia Tech, Mississippi State, Oregon, Virginia, Wisconsin
Wisconsin's perspective: At 6-foot-6 and 238 pounds, Cumberlander is a perfect fit for what Wisconsin wants at the position and a nice compliment to David Pfaff, a more stout end who is already committed to UW. Two (Oregon and Virginia) of the five schools in Cumberlander's top five have yet to offer and the Badgers have a great chance to secure another prospect from Georgia.
School(s) to beat: Georgia Tech, Wisconsin
Prospect: Three-star defensive end/outside linebacker Brandon Wilson
Location: Winter Garden (FL) West Orange
Top 5: Wisconsin, Georgia, Cincinnati, Georgia Tech, Memphis
Wisconsin's perspective: Wilson currently lists Wisconsin as his favorite and will take an official visit this fall. It's likely the staff will be able to wrap up his recruitment if he's still a take while on campus.
School to beat: Wisconsin
Prospect: Four-star linebacker Jahvoni Simmons
Location: Virginia Beach (VA) Ocean Lakes
Top 10: Alabama, Clemson, Georgia Tech, Miami, N.C. State, Ohio State, Oregon, Tennessee, Virginia, Wisconsin
Wisconsin's perspective: The No. 4 inside linebacker in the nation has Wisconsin in his top 10 with Chris Beatty leading the charge for the Badgers. Getting him on campus for an official visit would be another big victory for the staff.
School to beat: Virginia
Prospect: Three-star linebacker Dominic Sheppard
Location: Miami (FL) Gulliver Prep
Top 8: (in order) Wisconsin, Notre Dame, Stanford, Alabama, Miami, Ohio State, Tennessee, Clemson
Wisconsin's perspective: Sheppard has Wisconsin out in front and already has an official visit in place with teammate Antonyo Sotolongo. He's a take at linebacker regardless of numbers and would be a big addition to this class.
School(s) to beat: Wisconsin, Miami
Prospect: Four-star outside linebacker Osa Masina
Location: Salt Lake City (UT) Brighton
Top 5: UCLA, Arizona State, USC, Michigan, Wisconsin
Wisconsin's perspective: Masina already took an unofficial visit to Wisconsin and will be back on campus this fall. In a bit of a surprise, Utah wasn't included on his updated list and the staff has to like where they sit heading into the fall.
School to beat: UCLA
Prospect: Three-star defensive lineman Joshua Alabi
Location: Detroit (MI) Cass Tech
Top 5: Michigan State, Miami, Wisconsin, Tennessee, Ohio State
Wisconsin's perspective: Alabi is probably Wisconsin's top remaining defensive line recruit. The three-star standout already visited unofficially twice with teammate Mike Weber and is expected back on campus this fall for an official. Alabi has a strong relationship with Jeff Genyk, but getting him out of Michigan will be a tall task.
School to beat: Michigan State
Prospect: Three-star cornerback Ronnie Hoggins
Location: Coconut Creek (FL) Monarch
Top 3: Wisconsin, Louisville, TCU
Wisconsin's perspective: Hoggins was one of Wisconsin's first offers in the 2015 class and still remains a big target in this cycle. A few other cornerbacks, however, may have surpassed him on UW's board with Isaac James now atop the list. If there is still a need, expect the staff to turn up the heat on Hoggins this fall.
School to beat: Louisville
Prospect: Three-star cornerback T.J. Griffin
Location: Virginia Beach (VA) Ocean Lakes
Top 3: Wake Forest, Duke, Wisconsin
Wisconsin's perspective: Griffin and Hoggins are in a similar situation - both grade out high but one spot at cornerback likely remains in this class with Takadrae Williams and Xzavien Ausborne already committed.
School to beat: Duke
Prospect: Three-star wide receiver Gary Jennings
Location: Stafford (VA) Colonial Forge
Top 5: Vanderbilt, West Virginia, Virginia, Boston College, Wisconsin
Wisconsin's perspective: Jennings is one of a handful of receivers Wisconsin is still in the mix for. He's yet to visit and there's a good chance the three-star prospect stays closer to home.
School to beat: Vanderbilt
Prospect: Two-star cornerback Chuck Davis
Location: Ashburn (VA) Broad Run
Top 2: Wisconsin, Indiana
Wisconsin's perspective: Davis has Indiana out in front but is still very interested in the Badgers and would like to visit this summer. If they like him at corner, however, Davis probably isn't in UW's top tier.
School to beat: Indiana
Prospect: Three-star cornerback Khalid McGee
Location: Miami (FL) Northwestern
Top 3: Wisconsin, Louisville, West Virginia
Wisconsin's perspective: Another corner on Wisconsin's board, McGee is bunched in with the other prospects on this list.
School to beat: West Virginia
Prospect: Three-star athlete Jonathan Crawford
Location: Largo (FL)
Top 10: East Carolina, Indiana, Iowa, Louisville, Minnesota, N.C. State, Syracuse, UCF, Wake Forest, Wisconsin
Wisconsin's perspective: Though it's not a huge need, the Badgers don't have a safety in the 2015 class and Crawford is an interesting option. He'll likely wait until after the season to make a final decision.
School to beat: Louisville