- Tom VanHaaren, RecruitingNation
Hunter Rison has a unique advantage that most recruits don't have. The 2017 receiver happens to live with a former NFL wideout: his father, Andre Rison. The younger Rison moved in December to Michigan from Arizona to live with his father and to start really learning the game of football.
"That was a key point in this process and getting into the game I know I can play,” Rison said. "He's taught me everything you need to know as a football player. How to run routes, coverages, and he even taught me how to talk trash.”
Rison, who holds two offers, is starting to see interest rising as he gets close to his junior season. While he doesn't have any favorites or top schools, he is hoping to land offers from Baylor, Tennessee, Alabama, West Virginia and Michigan State.
Hunter Rison was one of many prospects out at The Opening regional camp near Chicago.