The Wisconsin Badgers rarely make headlines when it comes to national signing day, and as far as head coach Gary Andersen is concerned, that's fine by him.
According to ESPN, the Badgers had the No. 33 recruiting class of 2013, the fifth-best class in the Big Ten. It's typically where Wisconsin tends to fall in the recruiting ranks. That may surprise some people considering the Badgers have won three straight B1G championships.
In all, Andersen will bring in 17 scholarship players and two walk-ons, including a couple of junior college transfers. He also noted in his press conference that there is still the possibility to add more names to that list after Feb. 6.
Following the 2012 season, Wisconsin had some glaring needs, and Andersen hopes he has filled those weaknesses with his first-ever class at Madison. Let's see the 4 commits who will start in their first seasons as Badgers.