Receiver Stephan Bracey Flips Commitment to Wisconsin

Receiver Stephan Bracey Flips Commitment to Wisconsin

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Receiver Stephan Bracey Flips Commitment to Wisconsin

MADISON, Wis. – Less than a week after seeing a wide receiver prospect de-commit from its 2019 recruiting class, the University of Wisconsin was able to find a speedster to replace him.

Grand Rapids (Mich.) East Kentwood wide receiver Stephan Bracey announced on Twitter Tuesday morning that he was de-committing from Western Michigan in order to commit to the Badgers.

The 5-9, 160-pound Bracey is a three-star prospect by the 247sports composite. He originally committed to the Broncos on October 9, picking Western Michigan over a handful of MAC offers. He visited the Badgers for UW’s loss to BYU in September and picked up an offer from the program on Oct.15.

Cincinnati, Bowling Green and several others had also offered scholarships. Northwestern and Duke were two of the Power Five schools evaluating him but had yet to offer.

Bracey is currently the only projected wide receiver in the class after North Carolina’s Marcus Graham flips his commitment to Stanford last week.

A prep teammate of four-star UW offensive line commit Logan Brown, Bracey has run a 10.99 100-meter dash and is part of East Kentwood’s two-time Division 1 state championship team.

Bracey is the 16th commit for the Badgers in the 2019 class, including the third in the past four days.

 

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