It sounds like a script to a B-list Hollywood chick flick: High school football recruit gives up the sport to pursue modeling career.

That became a reality in the SEC on Thursday morning.

Darnell Green-Beckham, a three-star receiver and the little brother of one-time Mizzou star Dorial Green-Beckham, will not head to Columbia, Mo., where he signed a letter of intent last February.

The younger Green-Beckham, listed at 6-foot-4 and 185 pounds, missed two high school seasons while getting treatment for leukemia, then pushed back his enrollment this summer.

The original DGB, of course, got dismissed from the team on April 11, just months after his younger brother signed. He caught 59 passes for 883 yards and 12 touchdowns in 2013, but issues with drugs and an incident in which he allegedly pushed a woman down some stairs led to his dismissal and assured the brothers wouldn’t reunite as Tigers teammates.

The older Green-Beckham applied for a transfer waiver so he could play for Oklahoma this season, which the NCAA denied.

Most expect he’ll enter the NFL draft. If he can clean up his image and convince NFL franchises to bet on his talent, he could be a high-round pick.

Perhaps his younger brother can give him some fashion tips for his day in the spotlight.