Hunter Rison may no longer be at Kansas State, but Kansas State is still a part of his wardrobe.
In April of this year, Rison was arrested for alleged domestic battery and suspended by the K-State football program. Last month, the wide receiver transferred out of the Big 12 program and ultimately landed at a California junior college.
Getting back to the off-field incident that triggered his departure from the Wildcats, Rison on Wednesday appeared in a Riley County (Kan.) courtroom to plead guilty to one count of misdemeanor battery. His choice of attire, though, was one of the most interesting aspects of the judicial development.
The son of former Michigan State star Andre Rison began his collegiate playing career at Michigan State before transferring from his dad’s alma mater to K-State. The younger Rison sat out the 2018 season to satisfy NCAA transfer rules, and had been expected to be a significant contributor on the field for the Wildcats before his off-field entanglement.