Wisconsin Recruiting Round-up

2021 Guard Julian Roper

The top 150 guard has been Wisconsin’s top target for some time now. High School teammate of Lorne Bowman, Roper holds an offer from Wisconsin and just had his official visit back in October. Roper is a sharp shooter and something of a combo guard that Wisconsin could absolutely use moving forward. Right now it looks like Wisconsin has a realistic chance at adding Roper to an already impressive 2021 class, though nothing is imminent.


2021 Center Logan Duncomb

The big man out of Ohio is more of a traditional back to the basket big man with some polish. Duncomb holds an offer from the Badgers and made his official visit to Madison back in September. Duncomb has a plethora of offers already, many of which are in the Big Ten. Wisconsin would love to add Duncomb to their big man rotation, offering a different look than Steven Crowl and would appear to be a better system fit than Joe Hedstrom. Wisconsin is still very much in on Duncomb, but doesn’t appear to be the favorite at the moment.

2021 Forward Cade Meyer

Meyer is a quality in state prospect who has yet to receive an offer from the Badgers. You can never have enough depth at either forward spot, espeically in a system like Greg Gard’s where versatility is so important. Meyer can easily play either the 3 or 4 spot for the Wisconsin. Wisconsin has remained highly interested in Meyer, and if offered I think would likely commit to Wisconsin and be a really nice addition to the 2021 class.

Wisconsin already has three 4* recruits committed in the 2021 class in Matthew Mors, Chucky Hepburn, and Chris Hodges.

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