Wisconsin basketball recruiters hoping to land a star quarterback

ICS recruitment, gamecock football recruitment,wisconson football recruiting ICS recruiting, gamecocks football recruiting: Wisconsin football players are the most sought-after in college basketball recruiting, according to a new ESPN Insider report.

The recruiting service explains that the recruiting value of Wisconsin players is not only higher than any other state, but also that they are also among the most coveted in the game. 

Wisconsin basketball players are ranked among the top 20 of all-time recruits in the country according to ESPN. 

WISCONSIN FOOTBALL SECOND TEAMER The latest ESPN Insider Top 100 list has Wisconsin ranked No. 12 in the top 100 and ranked at No. 2 on the Top 100, according to the website. 

The 6-foot-5, 216-pound guard is the second-highest-ranked player in the nation, behind Kansas’ Kevin Durant. 

His father, Jason, played basketball at Wisconsin and was drafted by the Golden State Warriors. 

He is a five-time All-American and an All-Big Ten selection. 

“We’re definitely a player’s college team.

We have guys who can be an elite scorer and a top-10 defender,” Wisconsin coach Bo Ryan told ESPN. 

In addition to being a potential top-three pick, Wisconsin’s top two recruits are a 6-6 guard and a 6.4-point guard. 

Ryan said that Wisconsin will have a chance to land one of the top quarterbacks in the class in 2019, but will have to wait until the 2020 NBA draft to do so. 

(Getty Images) “The biggest thing for me is I want to be a leader on the team, so I want those guys to come to Wisconsin, get on my level and be able to have a career in the league,” Ryan told the ESPN Insider. 

According to ESPN, Wisconsin is in a position to land the No. 1 pick in the 2019 NBA draft, which will be held on June 15-17 in Orlando, Florida. ESPN also explained that Wisconsin has several high-profile high school prospects who are also committed to the Badgers. 

Senior forward Aaron White, a four-star recruit who played at Westlake High School in California, will sign with the Badger basketball program next season. 

White, who averaged 14.2 points and 6.9 rebounds per game, is rated the No, 1 player in his class by ESPN.

“Aaron White is a very talented player,” Ryan said. 

Another Wisconsin high school recruit, Kareem Walker, is also committed to play at Wisconsin next season, according to ESPN, who is rated as the No., 1 player by ESPN, based on his recruiting profile. 

Walker is a 6’9″ center from LaGrange, Georgia who is rated a 4-star prospect by ESPN and ESPNU. 

Former Wisconsin junior guard Brandon Davis, who played for Wisconsin in 2015-16, is also already committed to Wisconsin. 

A few players who were also committed or already in the fold for the Badgies were Wisconsin senior guard K.J. Costello, a 6’6″ forward from Bismarck, North Dakota, who is a four of five recruit according to 247Sports, and former Wisconsin center Josh Powell, a 6′.9″ forward who played in four seasons at Duluth. 

Players who were also in the mix for the Wisconsin program were former Wisconsin point guard K.J