Minnesota native Tyler Wahl committed to Wisconsin on Thursday.

Wisconsin basketball gets first commitment; RB commit Julius Davis helping recruit

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Wisconsin gets first commit for 2019

Men’s basketball coach Greg Gard is on the board. Forward Tyler Wahl announced Thursday he has committed to Wisconsin. The 4-star recruit is the first commit for the Badgers in the Class of 2019.

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Badgers have strong recruiter in Julius Davis

Julius Davis is taking it upon himself to help the Badgers bring in more football players to the Class of 2019. The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel has more on the 3-star running back’s efforts.

3-star LB headed to Pitt

Wisconsin was among three finalists for 3-star linebacker Kyi Wright, but was unable to land him. The Pennsylvania product decided to stay home and committed to Pittsburgh on Thursday.

Senior poster coming

It was senior poster picture day on Thursday for Wisconsin, and based on a tweet from the football team’s account, the players seem to be really happy with how it turned out.

5 Badgers in Sports Illustrated’s top 100

Sports Illustrated put out its projected top 100 players in college football for this fall and Wisconsin had five players on the list, including running back Jonathan Taylor at No. 6.

Camp Randall a tough place to play

Sporting News put together a piece listing the toughest places to play in college football, and the Badgers’ home field was among the venues to make the cut.

Badgers raise $80,000

Wisconsin held Football 101 on Wednesday, an annual event that invites women to Camp Randall Stadium to go through drills, interact with players and raise money for the UW Carbone Cancer Center. This year’s event raised $80,000.

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