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Basketball Recruiting Archive: 2012


A comprehensive list of recruiting commitments for the Wisconsin Badgers basketball program in the 2012 class.

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Do you dream of bathing in an unending wave of college football goodness? Do you ever feel like you just see too much of your girlfriend, the sun or your Jack Russell, Bo?  If so, do we have...

Kaminsky, Gasser, Dekker Highlight Early Practice

One day before Wisconsin holds it's basketball media day, the Badgers opened up practice to reporters for the first time. Is Josh Gasser UW's next point guard?

Bruesewitz Needed Over 100 Stitches During Surgery

It reportedly took more than 100 stitches to repair the damage to Bruesewitz's lower right leg following his bizarre practice injury. Time to step up, Sam Dekker.

Summer love, aka Wisconsin recruiting is different

Wisconsin recruits in a fashion unlike most other big-time programs. That's why following Badger recruiting is often an exercise in dealing with bad news.

LISTEN: Future Badger Sam Dekker joins ESPN Madison


Sam Dekker will be joining the Badger basketball team next year and he certainly has fans excited after he scored 40 points (including 12 points in the last 44 seconds and the game-winning three) in the Wisconsin state championship game Saturday. Dekker joined Jim Rutledge and Tom Lea on the Badger Hour Monday. Listen to the interview by clicking on the headline above!

Sam Dekker is cold blooded


Incoming Badger recruit Sam Dekker scored the final 12 points for Sheboygan Lutheran, including a pull-up 3-pointer with 3 seconds left to shock Racine Lutheran for the WIAA Division 5 State Championship. Sheboygan trailed by eight with a minute left, before the 6'8" Dekker took over. You can watch the full replay here. Dekker score 75 points in two games at state.

Recruit Review 2012: Dekker keeps scoring

As the state playoffs get underway, B5Q takes a quick look back on the season that was for three prep hoops stars committed to play for Bo Ryan's Badgers.

Signing Day: Army of One

The future of the Badger basketball program -- the type of player Bo Ryan has waited 30 years for -- signed on the dotted line Wednesday.

Wisconsin expands recruiting efforts

The Wisconsin coaching staff has been busy during the July evaluation period as it tries to secure its next basketball commitment. And it's still early.

Dekker's stock on the rise


After a strong start to the AAU season, Wisconsin's lone verbal commitment for 2012, Sam Dekker of Sheboygan, made a big jump in the updated ESPN recruiting rankings released today. The 6'7" Dekker is now a 4-Star prospect, ranked #45 overall in the country as well as the 8th-best SF in his class (up from 35th). Dekker was recently ranked #82 (Rivals), #79 (Scout) and #67 (247Sports) overall by other major recruiting services. He is recovering from a sprained ankle, but should be back in action at the Bob Gibbons Tournament of Champions this weekend. ESPN also updated its junior and sophomore class rankings, in which a few players of note appear. Wisconsin target Bronson Koenig is a Top 50 player for 2013, while Milwaukee Hamilton's Kevon Looney is rated as a Top 20 talent in 2014.

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