Every former Wisconsin high school basketball player who is on a team playing in the 2019 NCAA men's basketball tournament.
Mitch Listau - Belmont
Mitch Listau, 6-5, 185, fr., Waunakee (Waunakee) Redshirt season
Mitch Listau, a 6-5 freshman guard from Waunakee High School, is a redshirt this season, his first with the Belmont program.
Derek Sabin - Belmont
Derek Sabin, 6-9, 230, fr., Slinger (Slinger) 1.8 ppg, 1.0 rpg
Derek Sabin (No. 21, above), a 6-9 freshman forward from Slinger High School, has appeared in 18 games for Belmont, scoring 29 points and grabbing 18 rebounds.
Greg Foster - Gonzaga
Greg Foster, 6-5, 195, fr., Milwaukee (Las Vegas (Nevada) Clark) 0.7 ppg, 0.4 rpg
Greg Foster, a 6-3 freshman, played two years at Mequon Homestead before his family relocated to Las Vegas. He is the son of former NBA player and former Milwaukee Bucks assistant coach Greg Foster.
Tyrese Haliburton - Iowa State
Tyrese Haliburton, 6-5, 172, fr., Oshkosh (North) 33 starts, 6.9 ppg, 3.5 rpg, 124 assists
Tyrese Haliburton, a 6-5 freshman guard from Oshkosh North, has started Iowa State’s last 33 games. He led the Big 12 Conference and ranks second nationally with a 4.6 assist-to-turnover ratio, has had no turnovers in Iowa State’s last four games, and is shooting 51.5 percent from the field and 44.1 percent from 3-point range on the season.
Terrence Lewis - Iowa State
Terrence Lewis, 6-6, 203, so., Milwaukee (Riverside) 4.3 ppg, 1.0 rpg
Terrence Lewis, a 6-6 sophomore forward from Milwaukee Riverside, has appeared in 21 games and scored in double figures three times this season.
Nate Schuster - Iowa State
Nate Schuster, 6-4, 185, fr., Menomonee Falls (Menomonee Falls) 1.0 ppg, 1.7 rpg
Nate Schuster (No. 10, above), a 6-4 freshman from Menomonee Falls High School, has seen action in three games, totaling three points and five rebounds.
Tyler Herro - Kentucky
Tyler Herro, 6-5, 195, fr., Milwaukee (Hales Corners Whitnall) 33 starts, 14.2 ppg, 4.5 rpg, 77 assists
Tyler Herro, a 6-5 freshman guard, originally committed to Wisconsin, but withdrew his commitment to sign with Kentucky, where he has started every game and is the team’s No. 2 scorer. Herro is shooting 47 percent from the field and 94 percent from the line.
Sam Hauser - Marquette
Sam Hauser, 6-8, 225, jr., Stevens Point (Stevens Point) 32 starts, 15.0 ppg, 7.1 rpg
Sam Hauser, a 6-8 junior from Stevents Point, has posted two double-doubles this season, including 23 points and 14 rebounds against Wisconsin, and totaled a career-best 31 points and eight rebounds in a win over Georgetown.
Joey Hauser - Marquette
Joey Hauser, 6-9, 230, fr., Stevens Point (Stevens Point) 29 starts, 9.9 ppg, 5.3 rpg
Joey Hauser, a 6-9 freshman from Stevens Point, redshirted after enrolling for the spring 2018 semester last school year, while healing from ankle surgery. Sam Hauser’s younger brother. Has earned two Big East Freshman of the Week honors.
Matt Heldt - Marquette
Matt Heldt, 6-10, sr., C, Neenah (Neenah) 0.0 ppg, 1.0 rpg
Matt Heldt, a 6-10 senior from Neenah, has seen his playing role diminish greatly. But he played 20 minutes in an 87-82 victory over Xavier that saw the Golden Eagles wipe out an 11-point deficit in the second half.
Cam Marotta - Marquette
Cam Marotta, 5-10, 175, sr., Mequon (Homestead) 0.4 ppg, 0.0 rpg
Senior guard Cam Marotta, the son of former Marquette great Marc Marotta, has appeared in seven games for the Golden Eagles, scoring three points.
Jordan Poole - Michigan
Jordan Poole, 6-5, 195, so., Milwaukee (La Lumiere School, Indianapolis) 34 starts, 12.8 ppg, 3.0 rpg, 74 assists
Jordan Poole, a 6-5 sophomore guard, started his high school career at Milwaukee King but transferred to basketball power La Lumiere in Indianapolis. An all-Big Ten honorable mention player and academic all-Big Ten pick. Hit the game-winning 3-pointer as time expired against Houston in last year’s second round, helping Michigan earn runner-up honors. This year, he is shooting 43.9 percent from the field and 81.3 percent from the line and is Michigan’s No. 2 scorer.
Julian Walters - North Carolina Central
Julian Walters, 5-10, sr., G, Madison (Memorial) 3.6 ppg, 2.3 rpg
Julian Walters, a redshirt senior from Madison Memorial and transfer from Alabama A&M, has appeared in 33 games this season, starting four. Scored 21 points in a November game against Christendom.
Tyree Eady - North Dakota State
Tyree Eady, 6-5, 215, fr., Middleton (Middleton) 6.6 ppg, 2.5 rpg
Tyree Eady, a 6-5 forward, redshirted last season as a freshman and has started 13 of 33 games this season. He averages 20.5 minutes per game and scored a career-best 16 points in a victory over Denver.
Jason Knotek - North Dakota State
Jaxon Knotek, 6-6, 205, fr., River Falls (River Falls) 1.8 ppg, 0.6 rpg
Jaxon Knotek (No. 2, above), a 6-6 freshman guard from River Falls, has averaged 7.4 minutes per game this season, with a high of seven points in a victory over Dickinson State.
J.C. Butler - University of California Irvine
J.C. Butler, 6-5, 200, fr., Racine (Prairie) 1.5 ppg, 1.3 rpg
J.C. Butler, a 6-5 freshman from Racine Prairie, is the son of former NBA, University of Connecticut and Racine Park standout Caron Butler. He helped the Anteaters earn their second-ever NCAA berth by winning the Big West Conference tournament. Has averaged 8.4 minutes per game.
Trevor Anderson - Wisconsin
Trevor Anderson, 6-2, 201, so., Stevens Point (Stevens Point) 1.6 ppg, 1.1 rpg
Trevor Anderson, a 6-2 sophomore from Stevens Point, transferred to Wisconsin from UW-Green Bay, where he appeared in 20 games and started 20 games.
Owen Hamilton - Wisconsin
Owen Hamilton, 7-0, 266, so., Prescott (Prescott) Redshirt season
Owen Hamilton, a 7-foot sophomore from Prescott, is redshirting this season. He played in 27 games as a freshman at Northern Illinois before transferring to Wisconsin.
Kobe King - Wisconsin
Kobe King, 6-4, 203, fr., La Crosse (Central) 4.3 ppg, 2.1 rpg
Kobe King, a 6-4 guard from La Crosse Central, was granted a medical hardship redshirt last season. He suffered a knee injury after averaging 19 minutes and 5.2 points per game during the first 10 games. King scored 14 points against Oklahoma and is shooting 45.4 percent from the field.
Brevin Pritzl - Wisconsin
Brevin Pritzl, 6-3,198, jr., De Pere (De Pere) 4.9 ppg, 2.5 rpg
Brevin Pritzl, a 6-3 junior guard from De Pere High School, hasn’t been a starter this season, but is averaging 19.7 minutes per game as a regular part of the rotation. Matched his season best with 17 points against Penn State on March 2 and grabbed a season-best 10 rebounds against Illinois on Feb. 18. Shooting 42.7 percent from 3-point range; 32 of his 50 field goals are from 3-point range.
Storm Murphy - Wofford
Storm Murphy, 5-11, 180, so., Middleton (Middleton) 31 starts, 8.0 ppg, 1.7 rpg
Storm Murphy, a 5-11 sophomore guard from Middleton, started 31 of the Terriers’ 32 games this season. He scored 15 points in a victory over North Carolina and hit a game-winning shot at the overtime buzzer to beat Samford. Murphy is shooting 50.8 percent from the field and 84.4 percent from the line.