Hunter Rison considers himself one of the best wide receivers in the class of 2017. Sadly, we’ll never get to see him go up against one of the Big Ten’s best corners — Michigan senior Jourdan Lewis.
Rison, a Michigan State commit, said in an interview with MLive.com’s Justin P. Hicks that he routinely makes some of the best corners in the country look foolish.
“I go against guys like [Jaylen Kelly-Powell] and [Lavert Hill] in camps and I make those guys look foolish, and they’ll tell you that,” Rison said.
MLive.com reporter Kyle Austin tweeted that quote, which Lewis then quote-tweeted and responded with “Humble yourself or God will.”
Humble yourself or God will. https://t.co/gzqbmfZpCa
— Jourdan Lewis (@JourdanJD) October 22, 2016
Rison: “I go against guys like Jalen Kelly Powell and Levert Hill in camps and I make those guys look foolish, and they’ll tell you that” https://t.co/waYh5dGmUx
— Kyle Austin (@kylebaustin) October 21, 2016
Rison, the son of long-time NFL receiver Andre Rison, is the No. 329 player and No. 45 wide receiver in the class of 2017. Kelly-Powell is a top 300 player in the same class, and Hill is a Michigan freshman who was ranked No. 139 in the class of 2016.
Lewis was a first-team All-American in 2015.