Western Michigan’s 2016 recruiting, the highest-rated in the MAC, has taken yet another hit.
Saturday we noted that a school spokesperson has confirmed that quarterback Matt Little and linebacker Tristian Pipp are no longer a part of P.J. Fleck‘s roster. A day later, we take note of an mlive.com report that fellow 2016 signee Kalebb Perry is not listed in WMU’s season guide and is no longer a member of the Broncos.
Not only that, but the wide receiver has not been with the team since July. As was the case with the other two true freshman, it’s unknown why Perry is not a part of the team.
Perry was one of 19 three-star members of a WMU class that was ranked 69th in the country in 247Sports.com‘s composite rankings. Rated as the No. 29 player at any position in the state of Michigan, only three Broncos signees on the offensive side of the ball were rated higher than the Mount Pleasant product.
One of those signees was Little.