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Twitter Reacts to Wisconsin Basketball Landing 4-Star Point Guard



Wisconsin Badgers Men's Basketball

Madison, Wis. – On Friday afternoon, the Wisconsin basketball program picked up one of its biggest recruiting wins under Greg Gard.

Four-star point guard Daniel Freitag took to Twitter to announce his commitment to Wisconsin.

According to the 247Sports Composite, Freitag is the No. 69 player in the nation, the No. 8 point guard, and the No. 1 player in California. The Badgers beat out Minnesota, Baylor, Virginia, and Notre Dame for the four-star prospect.

The Wisconsin basketball staff made Freitag a priority, as he was the only point guard offered in the 2024 cycle. The risk paid off, and now, the Badgers will have a dynamic floor general headed to Madison in 2024.

Incoming recruits and former players took to social media to celebrate the announcement. Here are some of the best reactions.

Twitter reacts to Wisconsin basketball landing Daniel Freitag

Current teammate and Wisconsin basketball commit Jack Robison congratulates Freitag

2023 Wisconsin basketball commit Nolan Winter chimes in

Wisconsin basketball legend Sam Dekker is pumped up

The Gus Bus welcomes Freitag to Madison

Tough day for the “Gard can’t recruit” crowd

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