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Wisconsin Basketball Set to Host Top-50 2025 Prospect

Four-star power forward Trent Sisley is set to visit Wisconsin on an unofficial visit.



Wisconsin basketball recruiting target Trent Sisley
Heritage Hills’ Trent Sisley (40) drives around Mater Dei’s Drew Lannert (32) as the Mater Dei Wildcats play the Heritage Hills Patriots Friday, Jan. 27, 2023. Mater Dei Vs Heritage Hills 08

The Wisconsin basketball program has shifted some attention to the 2025 class.

The Badgers already hold a commitment from in-state guard Zach Kinziger in the cycle, and they have several priority targets they’re looking to bring in on visits.

One of those prospects, four-star power forward Trent Sisley, is slated to come to Madison in just a few weeks, according to a report from Stockrisers.

Wisconsin Basketball Set to Host 2025 PF Trent Sisley

According to the industry-generated 247Sports Composite, Sisley is the No. 50 player in the nation, the No. 12 power forward, and the No. 5 player in Indiana.

Sisley has already earned ten offers before his junior season. Other schools showing interest in the top 50 prospect include Indiana, Iowa, Michigan State, Ohio State, Northwestern, Notre Dame, Purdue, UCF, and West Virginia.

Per MaxPreps, the 6-foot-7 forward averaged 26.3 points, 10.2 rebounds, 2.9 assists, 2.4 blocks, and 1.6 steals per game on 65% shooting from the field in his sophomore year.

Sisley earned an offer from Wisconsin in May following the first live evaluation period. The top 50 prospect shows enormous upside in his game with his three-point shooting, physicality, and fundamentals. He’s a highly touted prospect and for good reason. This kid is going to be a great player at the collegiate level.

Greg Gard and the Wisconsin basketball program have been very selective when it comes to dishing out offers in the 2025 cycle. As it stands, UW has offered just eight players, with top targets including Davion Hannah and Kai Rogers.

Wisconsin will have a dog fight on their hands as they attempt to bring in Sisley. Here’s to hoping Greg Gard and company make a good impression during the upcoming unofficial visit.

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