Wisconsin Badgers recently added another name to their squad, AJ Storr. The 6-foot-6 athlete has an excellent track record with the ability to play above the rim while also being an effective three-point shooter.
Storr was voted onto the Big East All-Freshman team last season, where he scored an average of 8.8 points and 1.9 rebounds in 21 minutes per game. He transferred to Wisconsin after his previous coach, Mike Anderson, was fired and replaced by Rick Pitino.
The former St. John’s transfer from Rockford, Illinois, has enrolled in Wisconsin and is expected to have three seasons of eligibility. He was a highly-rated four-star player during his high school basketball career.
In a previous interview with BadgerBlitz.com, Storr expressed his excitement about joining the Badgers squad. He said that Wisconsin offered him a great opportunity, and it was his first Big Ten school that he visited in his entire career.
Storr was in constant contact with assistant coach Joe Krabbenhoft during his recruiting process. Krabbenhoft is an ex-Wisconsin player, which proved to be a big influence for Storr’s decision to join the Badgers.
Wisconsin has made an impressive move and strengthened their squad with the addition of AJ Storr. It will be interesting to see how he settles into his new team and how well he performs in the Big Ten championship.
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