Badgers flip defensive lineman commitment from Gophers

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The Gophers lost defensive lineman commitment Torin Pettaway to the Badgers on Tuesday.

The Middleton, Wis., product committed to the University of Wisconsin on March 7 but flipped to Minnesota on March 28. Now he has reversed that decision.

Pettaway is listed as a three-star, 6-foot-5, 265-pound defensive lineman with other offers from Illinois, Nebraska, USC, Washington, and Rutgers, according to

Pettaway committed to Wisconsin after head coach Luke Fickell and Co. gave him one-on-one treatment in Madison after a Junior Day scholarship offer. He originally committed to the Badgers in March.

The Gophers now have 17 commits in the 2025 class. The U picked up a pledge from Heritage Christian Academy defensive lineman Abe Tarawallie on Friday.

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