Four Wisconsin seniors won’t take advantage of extra year of eligibility
At least four of Wisconsin’s six seniors seniors won’t return for another season.
D’Mitrik Trice, Nate Reuvers, Aleem Ford and Micah Potter have taken to social media in recent days to announce they would not take advantage of the extra year of eligibility the NCAA gave all college athletes as a result of the pandemic.
Thank you Lord for the trails and tribulations that have molded this team into the men we are today! It’s been a blessing to play for @BadgerMBB and although this chapter of our lives is closing, another is opening up! Thank you Badger Nation 🙏🏽❤️ #seniors
— D'Mitrik Trice (@DMitrikTrice0) March 21, 2021
Thank you Badger Nation ❤️ pic.twitter.com/SeR9hcv4BW
— Micah Potter (@BigJam_23) March 24, 2021
Nate Reuvers says goodbye. #Badgers pic.twitter.com/dGtPBGPqCq
— Zach Heilprin (@ZachHeilprin) March 22, 2021
Brad Davison was a little more cryptic in his post and didn’t come right out and say he would be leaving or coming back.
The only other senior on scholarship, guard Trevor Anderson, has not made his decision public.