Bryson Green is changing Guaranteed Rate Bowl teams.
Green, a former Oklahoma State receiver, announced his commitment to Wisconsin on Friday evening, less than a month removed from the Badgers beating the Cowboys in the Guaranteed Rate Bowl.
Green was the Cowboys’ second-leading receiver as a sophomore in 2020, catching 36 passes for 584 yards and five touchdowns. He had a trio of 100-yard receiving games this year: Texas (133), Texas Tech (115) and Kansas (105).
He was a part of a string of Cowboy receivers to enter the portal after the new year alongside John Paul Richardson (who has since committed to TCU) and Stephon Johnson (who has since committed to Houston).
ESPN listed Green as a four-star prospect in the 2021 recruiting class. He was the No. 432 player in the 247Sports composite rankings, initially picking OSU over offers from TCU, Baylor, Auburn, Texas Tech, Minnesota and others.
The Cowboys have lost five scholarship wide receivers to the transfer portal this offseason, but they have also added a pair in Washington State standout De’Zhaun Stribling and D-III All-American Leon Johnson III. The tandem of Stribling and Johnson will play on the outside for the Cowboys next season, filling the role Green left vacant.
With Green now out of the portal, there are three former Cowboys left without landing spots: quarterback Spencer Sanders, linebacker Na’Drian Dizadare and wide receiver Langston Anderson.