The recruiting track for the Class of 2023 is hot right now for the Wisconsin football program. Recently, they landed their 10th entry for the incoming class and the fourth in the past week after a weekend where they had several official visits.
The most recent commitment was to Trech Kekahuna, a wide receiver from Honolulu, Hawaii. Kekahuna hails from St. Louis High School, where linebacker Nick Herbig and incoming safety transfer Kamo’i Latu are also from.
What you need to know about Wisconsin Football’s newest signing, wide receiver Trech Kekahuna
Kekahuna is 5’11” – 180 lbs. He is a three-star prospect, according to 247Sports, and is the 167th ranked athlete in the 2023 class, in addition to being the 13th ranked player in the State of Hawaii. from Wisconsin, Kekahuna had five other offers, including a few from Nevada, Hawaii and Boise State.
Like Jesse Temple’s Athleticism would point out, Kekahuna finished his junior season with 62 receptions, totaling 761 yards — or 12.3 yards per catch — as well as three touchdowns. Evan Flood of Badger247 ($$) would add that Kekahuna can play all-court and will fill that “gadget” role on the Wisconsin offense. He also boasts a speed of 4.4 seconds, which could create opportunities as a returning player.
Kekahuna is the second receiver hired for the Badgers in the 2023 class, joining Collin Dixon. Meanwhile, for the 2022 season, Wisconsin has Chimere Dike, Skyler Bell, Markus Allen and Stephen Bracey, among others, back after losing Danny Davis and Kendric Pryor to the NFL.
Other members of the Wisconsin Class of 2023 include Jacques Keyes (RB), Justin Tayler (ATH), Nate White (RB), James Durand (IOL), Roderick Pierce (IDL), Tyler Jansey (LB), Jordan Mayer (Edge) , AJ Tisdell (BC).
Wisconsin currently has the 31st recruiting class in the nation and the eighth-best in the Big Ten.