ESPN 60 junior Tyler Herro ended his recruitment on Monday, choosing to stay home and committing to Wisconsin.
Herro has been on the Badgers' campus multiple times, most recently taking an unofficial visit this past weekend. Wisconsin basketball coaches also went and watched him last Friday, the first day of the fall recruiting period.
Marquette and DePaul were among the schools in the mix, while Arizona, Oregon and Arizona State all extended offers in July.
Herro, a 6-foot-4 shooting guard from Whitnall High School (Wisconsin), is ranked No. 25 in the 2018 class. He was one of the best players on the Adidas Gauntlet 16U circuit in July, totaling 55 points and 23 rebounds in two games at the Adidas Summer Championships in Las Vegas.
Herro is coach Greg Gard's first commitment in the 2018 class. Wisconsin already has three four-star pledges in 2017: ESPN 100 power forward Nate Reuvers (No. 86) and shooting guards Kobe King and Brad Davison.