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Where Wisconsin Basketball Signees Land In Final 2023 Recruiting Rankings



Greg Gard, Wisconsin basketball head coach.
Jan 23, 2023; Evanston, Illinois, USA; Wisconsin Badgers head coach Greg Gard questions a call during the first half against the Northwestern Wildcats at Welsh-Ryan Arena. Mandatory Credit: David Banks-USA TODAY Sports

Now that the high school “all-star” games have officially come to an end and spring evaluation is underway, scouts and analysts across the country have formally gotten their final look at Greg Gard and the Wisconsin basketball 2023 recruiting class before they begin their respective careers in college next season.

On Thursday, 247Sports released its final version of the 2023 recruiting rankings, so it’s worth checking out where the incoming Wisconsin Badgers recruits landed.

The newest rankings featured a lot of movement, including a new No. 1 recruit, Ron Holland, who recently de-committed from Texas. Other notable movers include Cody Williams (Colorado), who jumped into the Top 5, and Bronny James (USC), who jumped up ten spots from No. 36.

Greg Gard and the Wisconsin basketball program have the No. 33 rated class in the composite rankings and the No. 6 class in the Big Ten, with two Top 150 prospects. However, UW’s lone scholarship guard dropped slightly from his last position.

Wisconsin Basketball Final 247Sports 2023 Recruiting Rankings

No. 114 – Gus Yalden (Previous Ranking: 104)

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