The Wisconsin Badgers’ potential class of 2019 took another hit on Wednesday night, as wide receiver Nolan Groulx announced via Twitter that he decommitted from the program.
Groulx, from Cornelius, N.C. (William Amos Hough), initially verbally committed to Wisconsin back on Jan. 28. He is rated as a four-star recruit by 247Sports’ standalone rankings and ESPN, along as a three-star prospect by 247Sports’ composite rankings and Rivals.
Recently, Groulx won wide receiver MVP honors at the Elite 11 Regional in Charlotte and at a Rivals 3 Stripe camp event back in April.
Groulx’s decommitment is the second for Wisconsin’s 2019 class in under two weeks. On April 28, safety Bryson Shaw flipped his verbal commitment to Ohio State.
This current recruiting cycle now has seven players as verbal commitments, including athlete Leo Chenal, quarterback Graham Mertz, offensive lineman Logan Brown, running back Julius Davis, offensive lineman Joe Tippmann, tight end Hayden Rucci and athlete Marcus Graham.