Out of Wisconsin, one big man that has continued to emerge in the 2026 class is Andrew Jensen. The 6’9” post of Kaukauna High School and All Wisconsin has seen his recruitment start up in the past few months including his first pair of offers as well as some high major interest. 

“My game is very heavy on rim-running,” Jensen said about his play. “Being quick on the floor in order to get quick dunks and block shots.” While Jensen may stand out most with his size, mobility, and then energetic play, he is already showing some quality tools as a sophomore big man. As well to being a strong finisher at the rim he can also hit shots out in the mid-range and passes it well. With his size and athleticism, his biggest impact right now may come with his interior defense. For a sophomore big man, there is already much to like about his game drawing plenty of college coaches. 

In August, Bryant became the first school to offer him. The next month UW-Milwaukee also offered him. As well to the offers he has also had several schools at his workouts this fall including Marquette and New Hampshire. 

During the past couple of months Jensen has also taking a couple visits. First going to West Virginia University and then most recently Marquette. “The visit to Marquette was great, it was cool to see how big their program is on a campus that’s only six blocks long. West Virginia was just as cool. They had a huge campus with possibly the coolest locked room I’ve ever seen.”

Not only has Jensen emerged as one of the top big men in Wisconsin’s 2026 class, but one of the best players in the class regardless of position. After making an impact on the varsity level as a freshman, Jensen has some larger goals for his upcoming sophomore season. “My goal for this season is to win a state championship just like any other year. My personal goal will be to help the team in any way I can, whatever my role may be.