Illinois high school quarterback Ben Bryant recently lost his scholarship from Wisconsin after receiving an offer from the University of Georgia.
Bryant, a three-star prospect from Lyons Township High School in la Grange, Ill., said in a statement on Twitter that he was "100 percent committed to [Wisconsin]," and even intended on enrolling at the school early.
Towards the end of his recruitment process, Bryant was in communication with the University of Georgia, and eventually received an offer from the Bulldogs.
Bryant said he had no desire to even visit Georgia, and left a voicemail with Wisconsin coach Jon Budmayr to "give him [a] heads up," but he remained committed to the Badgers.
The next day, however, Bryant received a phone call informing him that he "was no longer a good fit for Wisconsin," and was "encouraged to continue looking for a fit."
Read Bryant's full statement below:
— Ben Bryant (@benbryant_7) May 14, 2017
Bryant is listed at 6'3 and 190 pounds, and has 10 scholarship offers from schools around the country (including Wisconsin), according to 247 Sports. Ole Miss, West Virginia, and Georgia are the three 'Power 5' schools to officially extend an offer to Bryant.