Wisconsin received rough news on the recruiting front on Friday evening, as 2019 athlete Marcus Graham announced he would flip his verbal commitment from the Badgers to Stanford.
Graham is rated a three-star recruit by 247Sports composite rankings and a two-star prospect by Rivals. Both recruiting services still designate the Mount Holly, N.C. (Mountain Island Charter) product as an athlete.
Graham previously committed to Wisconsin in April, quickly turning around an offer after visiting around spring practices.
When speaking with B5Q in June, Graham mentioned that he would likely play as a slot receiver at Wisconsin, though the staff at the time was also looking at him as a defensive back.
Graham reportedly injured his ACL earlier this season, costing him his high school senior campaign.
Wisconsin now stands at 13 verbal commitments for the 2019 recruiting class, as Graham is the third recruit to decommit from the program in this recruiting cycle. Bryson Shaw (Ohio State) and Nolan Groulx (Wake Forest) were the other two.