Make it another one.

For the fourth time this week, a Michigan State recruit announced his decommitment from the program. Three days after the Spartans lost four-star recruit Naquan Jones, fellow four-star recruit Hunter Rison announced he’ll also be opening up his recruitment process.

Rison is the son of former Spartan great and NFL standout Andre Rison.

The Ann Arbor recruit is the 44th-ranked receiver in the 2017 class, according to 247sports. He was the team’s only 2017 commit to date after he gave Mark Dantonio his verbal commitment on June 13.

The news came a day after Rison received an offer from UCLA. Alabama and Arizona State are two of the others that the 5-11 wideout has offers from.

Michigan State still has three four-star receivers in its 2016 class, which ranks 15th overall.