MADISON, Wis. An already crowded quarterback room at Wisconsin next fall officially became even more congested on Wednesday, when Tanner McEvoy faxed his letter of intent to the Badgers on National Signing Day. And if McEvoy has his way, he won't be coming simply to take up more space.
He'll be arriving on campus with the purpose of taking away the starting quarterback job.
"The new coaches coming in, them rotating three quarterbacks last year, they were looking for a quarterback to come in and compete and hopefully start," McEvoy said Wednesday. "That's what I'm trying to do is just get down there, learn the offense as best I can and just compete with those guys and see where it takes us."
Who is McEvoy, and how did he become the sixth quarterback put on scholarship at Wisconsin?
McEvoy is a 6-foot-6, 215-pound dual-threat signal caller who might just be the most intriguing player in Wisconsin's Class of 2013. A native of Hillsdale, N.J., McEvoy spent one full season as a reds...