The Wisconsin Badgers have confirmed the addition of one 2024 commit, as three-star forward Jack Robison signed his National Letter of Intent(NLI) on Wednesday.
Jack Robinson has signed his NLI. https://t.co/6trb9lCC8l— Bucky’s 5th Quarter (@B5Q) November 8, 2023
Robison, a native of Lakeville, Minnesota, is the latest prospect to join the Badgers from the Minnesota area, joining former Badger Nate Reuvers and current starter Tyler Wahl.
A 6’6, 175-pound forward, Robison held five offers, including ones from Minnesota, Nebraska, St. Thomas, and South Florida, but ultimately chose the Badgers after an official visit last October.
Committing on October 27th, 2022, Robison was the first addition to the 2024 class for the Badgers, with four-star point guard Daniel Freitag following suit this summer.
Earlier this year, Bucky’s 5th Quarter spoke to Freitag about his decision to join the Badgers early and what fans could expect from the three-star talent.
The Badgers saw commitments from four recruits in their 2023 class: guard John Blackwell and forwards Nolan Winter, Gus Yalden, and Jack Janicki.
They’re expected to add two to the fold in 2024, and Robison is the first to officially sign his National Letter of Intent.
Here’s what head coach Greg Gard had to say about his new forward.
“We are very excited to add Jack to our program. He has all the qualities we look for in a student-athlete. Both of Jack’s parents are educators, and Jack understands the value of a degree from the University of Wisconsin and wanted to be a part of this program from the beginning of the recruiting process. We have been able to watch him grow and develop as a player for several years now,” Gard said.
“He plays the game with the kind of passion and fire that our fans have come to know and appreciate here at Wisconsin. He has a high basketball IQ and a skillset that will allow him to be an effective all-around player. Jack has developed a championship mindset while playing for a tremendous program at Lakeville North. He is looking forward to teaming back up with his former high school teammate, Nolan Winter, and the rest of the guys in our locker room after another successful season at Lakeville North. Our staff is excited to work with Jack to help him reach his goals as a student-athlete as a Badger.”