Just one day after the departure of wide receiver Markus Allen, the Wisconsin Badgers lost another receiver.
On Monday morning, wide receiver Stephan Bracey announced his decision to enter the transfer portal.
Bracey took to Twitter to announce his decision:
“First off, I would like to thank God and everyone in the Wisconsin football program for providing me the opportunity to play and create countless friendships and memories. With that being said, my family and I have decided to officially enter my name in the transfer portal and continue my academic and athletic career elsewhere.”
Wisconsin Badgers WR Stephan Bracey Enters the Transfer Portal
Bracey’s decision comes shortly after an overtime loss to the Michigan State Spartans.
In his three seasons with Wisconsin, Bracey appeared in five games. In 2020, the junior receiver caught one pass for 11 yards. He also took reps as a returner, fielding six returns for 114 yards. In 2021, the 5-foot-10, 183-pound receiver appeared in the kick return unit in two games. He returned six kickoffs for 193 yards, including a 91-yard touchdown.
Bracey is a former three-star recruit, according to 247 Sports. He was ranked as the 130th wide receiver in the 2019 class and the 31st-ranked player in Michigan.
The Michigan native now enters the transfer portal with two years of remaining eligibility. Bracey has elite-level speed and could make an impact wherever he lands.
— Stephan Bracey (@stephanbracey2) October 17, 2022
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