Son of former Spartan star ends up recommitting to Michigan State
In the end, Hunter Rison wound up back with his original choice.
After opening up his recruitment in the fall, the four-star 2017 receiver announced that he’s once again verbally committed to Michigan State. And just in case people were wondering, he made sure to say (not a joke):
— Hunter Rison (@hunterrison) April 1, 2016
During the five-month period in which he opened up his recruitment, the Ann Arbor native got offers from the likes of Miami (FL), Nebraska, Ohio State, Oklahoma, Oregon and Penn State.
But Rison will follow in the footsteps of his father, former NFL receiver Andre Rison, and play for the Spartans.
The 5-11, 190-pound wideout is rated the No. 41 receiver and the No. 292 player overall in the 2017 class. He’s Mark Dantonio’s fourth 2017 commitment and second receiver in the class.
Rison committed while on an unofficial visit one day after four-star 2017 guard Kevin Jarvis also picked Michigan State.