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The last month or so has seen the Wisconsin football program excel on the recruiting trail, landing a majority of recruits to take an official visit to the school.
Many of their top targets still remain uncommitted, so there is still a big possibility the class quickly ascends in the national recruiting rankings.
But as of today, July 18, where does the group stand in 247Sports’ recruiting class ranking?
The 11-commit class sits at No. 38 in the country and No. 10 in the Big Ten.
The headliner of the group thus far is four-star offensive tackle Joe Brunner, the state of Wisconsin’s No. 1-ranked recruit in the class.
But even though the program currently sits behind every Big Ten team aside from Purdue, Maryland, Nebraska and Iowa, commitments from highly-touted targets including Isaac Hamm, Carson Hinzman and Billy Schrauth would quickly make their ranking look a lot better.
The program won’t replicate 2021’s program-best effort this cycle. But if the in-state players stay home and the Badgers are able to land one or two more four-star recruits from out-of-state, it’ll become yet another solid recruiting cycle for Paul Chryst and his staff.