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Wisconsin does not show up on the team rankings for me... when u look at their commits they are 6th?? but on team rankings they are not listed... they have 4 composite 4 stars so I figure they would be listed.
Edit (Michigan State and Northwestern also not listed)
This post was edited by Jeety1182 17 months ago
Dude 2014 is a year away, chill
Just letting the staff know that its not showing properly... if its a glitch they can fix it
You guys have 4 highly rated guys already? I feel like that's very unusual for Wisconsin, no? Not trying to sound like an ass, I just don't remember you guys ever recruiting that well, especially this early.
Im not a wisconsin guy, just noticed they did and didnt see them on the rankings, but i dont think thats common for wiconsin to have...
gary Anderson was a good hire mane
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I know they were doing maintenance last night on the site. I'm sure they will get it fixed. Thanks for the heads up.
Yes, thanks. There are quite a few schools with commits missing on the list right now.
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3 of the 4 are in state Wisconsin kids. The outsider is a qb from michigan. All have remained with their pledge to Wisconsin since the coaching change. Only recruit that left was top DT Craig Evans. (Re-opened comittment)
This is looking closer now:
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Yeah, it's a particularly good year for Wisconsin, and they greatly benefitted from the fact that Michigan went in a different direction with their QB recruitment. Chance Stewart was all UM if they had offered before the season, but they wanted to wait and really be careful with their QB decision, and Stewart didn't seem to want to wait for the evaluation. He's a good get though, Wisconsin needs QBs to develop in-house so they don't have to keep relying on transfers.
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