MADISON, Wis. (AP) -- Paul Chryst didn't have much time to get comfortable when he returned home to coach Wisconsin. The turnover at the top for the Badgers had Chryst scrambling to hold on to some recruits that had committed to previous coach Gary Andersen, while trying to woo new prospects to take a look at Wisconsin. Chryst is happy with the 21-member class that signed Wednesday, a group that includes a holdover quarterback recruit and a new signal-caller that followed Chryst to the Midwest. Austin Kafentzis of Sandy, Utah, stayed with Wisconsin after weighing whether to join Andersen at Oregon State. Alex Hornibrook of West Chester, Pennsylvania, had initially talked to Chryst while he was at Pittsburgh. Now they're both early enrollees at Wisconsin, where Chryst has a track record of developing quarterbacks.
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