Written By Sammy Jacobs (@Hoosier_Huddle)
The last name Rison should be familiar with all of the older Big Ten fans along with people who watched the NFL in the early-to-late 1990's. Andre Rison was one of the best receivers in Big Ten history, played 17 seasons in the NFL amassing 10,205 yards and 84 touchdowns and was named to the Pro Bowl five times. The Indiana Hoosiers offered his son, Hunter, on Friday and the apple doesn't fall far from the tree.
Hunter, a 5-foot-11 receiver out of Skyline HS (MI), is a four-star recruit according to 247 Sports Composite rankings and is listed as the 39th best receiver in the country. Rison recently took home the wide receiver MVP from the Best of the Midwest Camp earlier in February. He has terrific hands and can go up and catch it very well for a player only 5-foot-11, he also possesses enough speed to get behind the secondary on deep throws. He would fit in perfectly in the slot with the Big Ten's best offense in Bloomington.
Rison holds offers from 16 schools including powerhouses like Alabama, Oregon, Ohio State, Michigan State, among other Power-Five schools. Hoosier fans should get familiar with the younger Rison as he will likely follow in his fathers foot steps at Michigan State.