Hunter Rison, son of MSU great Andre, decommits from Spartans

The Detroit News
Hunter Rison

Ann Arbor Skyline wide receiver Hunter Rison has announced he's decommitting from Michigan State, becoming the fourth to do so this week.

"I want to thank Michigan State for the love and opportunities they have presented me," Rison wrote on Twitter. "I really do appreciate and respect the way that program is ran, but I personally think that I committed too early in my recruiting process. I want to make sure that I have made the right decision for me and my future. Hope you can understand."

Hunter verbally committed to MSU in June. The 5-foot-11, 183-pound receiver was the first member of the school's 2017 recruiting class. Rison had offers from Arizona State, Alabama, Akron and Central Michigan, according to Scout.com.

Rison is the son of former Michigan State and NFL wide receiver Andre Rison. The elder Rison is one of Michigan State's greatest receivers, ranking second all-time in yards (2,992), third in yards per catch (20.49), and fourth in catches (146). He played from 1985-1988 before playing 12 seasons in the NFL.