No program is immune to it. It’s just a sign of the times. So many kids commit to a school so early, they find themselves second-guessing the decision more often.
It’s a little less than 10 months until national signing day 2015. In the 2014 class, more than 80 SEC recruits dropped a school they were originally committed to. A few of them came back, most didn’t.
Here’s a look at what has happened so far with SEC players decommitting in the class of 2015.
|PLAYER||POS||FORMER SCHOOL||DECOMMIT DATE||WHERE NOW?|
|Marquell Harrell||OL||Ole Miss||Feb-2014||UNCOMMITTED|
|Arden Key||DE||South Carolina||Sep-2013||UNCOMMITTED|
|Jaylon Lane||DB||Ole Miss||Mar-2014||UNCOMMITTED|
|T.D. Moton||DT||Mississippi St.||Jan-2014||UNCOMMITTED|
|Chauncey Rivers||DE||South Carolina||Feb-2014||Georgia|
|Donovan Sheffield||DB||Vanderbilt||Jan-2014||Back with Vandy|
|Ricky Town||QB||Alabama||Jan-2014||NON-SEC: Southern Cal|