Ryan Evans

Wisconsin Badgers #5 - Guard

  • Height: 6-6
  • Weight: 212

Bucky’s Fan Favorite Tournament: round one (East Region)

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The fourth and final region is now open for voting in the first round.

Bucky’s Fan Favorite Tournament: the initial bracket

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The tournament field is set, be prepared to participate in our tournament challenge each day starting Monday!

Wisconsin recruiting: a few more updates before Early Signing Day and some hoops highlights

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Badger commits are winning awards and doing sweet dunks.

Men’s Basketball Recruiting: Nike Extravaganza Recap

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Oregon State signee Jarod Lucas was one of the stars of the show.

OFFSEASON FRANALYSIS: RECRUITING STARS PART 2

On average, how much more should we expect from a 4 star recruit than a 3 star recruit? Or a 3 star recruit than a 2 star recruit? Let's do some research.

Sam Dekker: Wisconsin's Prodigal Son

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Sam Dekker's transformation over the last three seasons has turned him into one of the best college basketball players and arguably the player peaking the most at the right time.

A history of redshirting under Bo Ryan

With Ethan Happ' s redshirt decision made, we review of the increased frequency of redshirting on the Wisconsin men's basketball team.

Wisconsin primed for another deep run

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The Badgers have all the elements on hand for another run to the Final Four. Here are five of the most important reasons Wisconsin has for optimism heading into the season.

Taylor, Brust reflect on Bucks, NBA Summer League

The two former Wisconsin Badgers caught on with the Milwaukee Bucks' summer league team in Las Vegas, hoping to impress NBA scouts.

2013-14 Preview: the Wisconsin Frontcourt

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Bo Ryan must replace starters Jared Berggren, Ryan Evans, and Mike Bruesewitz, but Badger fans are excited about the emergence of Sam Dekker as one of the Big Ten's best, along with the development...

St. John's vs. Wisconsin game preview

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St. John's tips the season off by taking on top-25 Wisconsin.

Why Wisconsin will be better

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Bo Ryan has an unmatched ability to replace key upperclassmen departures with what always seems to be underwhelming recruiting classes. Wisconsin will count on this trend continuing this year.