Posted: 9:20 pm Sunday, January 13th, 2013

Atlantic DB Brisly Estime, Iowa State part ways 

By Matt Porter

Atlantic’s Brisly Estime’s rocky road to college football has hit another bump.

Estime, the 5-foot-9, 185-pound defensive back, return specialist and a Post All-Area player of the year, said on Sunday that Iowa State revoked his scholarship offer. He is no longer planning on signing with the Cyclones.

According to Estime, Iowa State pulled the offer after he visited Western Michigan this weekend, which ISU did not want him to do. That’s a harsh turn of events for a player who seemed to be settling when he committed to Iowa State last month.

Estime, who previously committed to Purdue before backing off, has interest from several programs, but it is unclear what verbal scholarship offers currently stand. He plans to visit Arkansas later this month, and Tennessee has shown recent interest. He does not have an offer from either program.

He was named the Post‘s All-Area large schools player of the year after intercepting four passes as a safety, catching 306 yards and four touchdowns as a receiver, and returning five kicks or punts for touchdowns. He was also an All-State selection.

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