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Wisconsin to enter 2017-18 season with a top-30 recruiting class

Badgers bring in three freshmen recruits
Wisconsin to enter 2017-18 season with a top-30 recruiting class
Posted at 3:49 PM, May 30, 2017

Wisconsin is losing one of the most accomplished senior classes in school history; luckily, head coach Greg Gard has brought in a top-30 recruiting class as the Badgers look to continue their recent run of dominance.

This class, which is ranked 27th overall, is highlighted by four-star recruit Nathan Reuvers, a 6'9 power forward who is ranked 64th nationally, according to 247 Sports.

The rest of the class is filled out by Brad Davison, a 6'3 point guard from Minnesota, and Kobe King, a shooting guard from La Crosse, Wis.

King is the second-best recruit in the state of Wisconsin. Milwaukee native and four-star forward Terrence Lewis is headed to Iowa State.

Only Purdue has a more well-regarded incoming class than the Badgers in the Big Ten conference. The Boilermakers are rated 26th nationally.

In-state rival Marquette has four new freshman (along with Nebraska transfer Ed Morrow) joining its program, and is ranked 56th overall.