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Wisconsin has already lost one verbal commitment in the 2013 class. Will they lose more? Who is taking visits where? Get the latest news on Wisconsin's 2013 recruiting class from the experts at BadgerNation.

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Sitting at 19 verbal commits before Wisconsin coach Bret Bielema bolted for Arkansas, the Badgers have already lost one verbal commitment when T.Q. Coleman chose to follow him to Fayetteville. A lot has changed since Coleman left. Wisconsin have lost six assistant coaches, including solid recruiters Chris Ash, Andy Buh and Charlie Partridge who helped formed the 2013 recruiting class.

With 18 recruits in the fold and waiting, we examine where EVERY player stands.

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