Back in 2015, Ann Arbor Skyline wide receiver Hunter Rison, son of former NFL and Michigan State wideout Andre Rison, decommitted from the Spartans football program, citing that he wanted to take a step back and further evaluate all of his recruitment options with his family and figure out the best option.
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The younger Rison committed to Michigan State back in June of 2015 after attending a camp held by the program, but then opened up his choices six months later. The class of 2017 prospect has received a laundry list of offers from numerous big-name football programs across Division-I, including the likes of Illinois, Penn State, and Nebraska in the Big Ten as well as Miami (FL), Notre Dame, and Oklahoma.
Rison caught 48 balls for over 1,000 yards and 10 touchdowns for the A.A. Skyline Eagles this past season. He becomes the fourth verbal commit for Michigan State head coach Mark Dantonio in 2017, the second 4-star prospect. The first came on Thursday when 6-foot-5, 330-pound Kevin Jarvis announced he would continue his football-playing career in East Lansing in 2017.