USC WR Kyle Prater Likely To Transfer To Big Ten

One of three Big Ten schools could potentially add a talented wide receiver prospect.

USC Trojans sophomore wide receiver Kyle Prater will transfer from Troy, and according to the Illinois native, he's considering three Big Ten Schools at the moment. Prater told Scott Powers of ESPN Chicago that although his list isn't finalized, the three schools he's narrowing in on are the Illinois Fighting Illini, Northwestern Wildcats and Wisconsin Badgers.

Prater was a top 50 overall recruit in 2010 coming out of Proviso West High in Hillside, Ill., and he chose the Trojans over the Illini and the Notre Dame Fighting Irish. (USC's release of Prater states that he can transfer to any Big Ten school, but not Notre Dame.) Prater's two years at USC were injury plagued and unproductive, and he finished 2011 with just one catch for six yards.

For more on this story, stay tuned to SB Nation Chicago. For more on the Northwestern Wildcats, visit Sippin' on Purple, and for more on the Illinois Fighting Illini, visit Hail to the Orange. For more on the Wisconsin Badgers, head over to Bucky's Fifth Quarter, and for news and updates around the NCAA, hit up SB Nation's college football news hub.

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