Former Michigan State wide receiver Hunter Rison is on the move again.

Over the weekend, the former Spartans announced on Twitter that he has committed to play football at Grand Valley State, a Division II program in Allendale, Michigan. It will be his fourth school in as many seasons.

“I will be attending Grand Valley State University,” Rison stated on Twitter. “Ready to work. Committed!”

Rison started his college career at Michigan State in 2017 and made significant contributions to the offense. He caught 19 passes for 224 yards and saw significant action for the Spartans, however he decided to transfer following his lone season in East Lansing.

Following the 2017 season, Rison transferred to Kansas State but was forced to miss the 2018 season due to NCAA transfer rules. In 2019, he was suspended from the team after striking a female with an open hand and decided to leave the program in June of that year.

Rison pleaded guilty to the charge.

In 2019, Rison transferred to Fullerton College, where he was immediately eligible to play that season. He appeared in seven games and made 36 catches for 604 yards and 7 touchdowns.

Rison will have two years of eligibility remaining.

Grand Valley State competes in the Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (GLIAC).