Former Badgers PG Jordan Taylor part of UW Athletics Hall of Fame class

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Yesterday, the University of Wisconsin announced it is inducting 11 new members into its Athletic Hall of Fame for the class of 2022.

This class will feature nine former UW athletes, one administration member, and a special service member.

Among the notable athletes who will enter the UW Hall of Fame this fall is former Badgers point guard Jordan Taylor who played for the program from 2009-12.

Taylor, a Bloomington, Minnesota native, finished his collegiate career seventh on Wisconsin’s all-time scoring list (1,533 points) and second in assists (464).

His claim to fame came when he set the NCAA career assist-to-turnover ratio record, which still stands today.

Since wrapping up his career at Wisconsin, Taylor has enjoyed a ten-year professional playing career overseas.

You can read the entire list of inductees from the press release below:

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