The already-fantastic incoming Wisconsin basketball class for 2017 got even better on Monday following the commitment from three-star point guard Brad Davison of Maple Grove, Minnesota.


Davison had offers from 16 other schools besides Wisconsin, including Michigan, Minnesota, Nebraska, Georgia Tech, Butler and Stanford. According to, Davison is a top-30 point guard in the country and a top-150 commit nationwide.

Davison’s commit is notable, as he’s now the second of the top five basketball prospects of the state of Minnesota in the incoming class of 2017. Davison, along with power forward Nathan Reuvers (Lakeville, MN) and guard Kobe King (La Crosse), already make for one of the most impressive classes of 2017 in the country.

It seems as if the three will get along well together.

Davison’s commit was a joint effort between head coach Greg Gard and former Badger player Joe Krabbenhoft, according to Davison may have the opportunity to make an immediate impact at the guard position once Bronson Koenig graduates or declares for the NBA Draft.