In last year’s recruiting cycle, we saw more than 80 players drop SEC programs in the class of 2014. If that doesn’t remind one of how crazy the recruiting process, we don’t know what will.
We are about nine months away from national signing day 2015 and already we have 13 players in the 2015 class who have decommitted and 4 more in the 2016 class already. This week, there was some news on the decommitment front when former Mississippi State DT recruit T.D. Moton (who dropped the Bulldogs in January) came aboard with Alabama. Also, after a nearly 9 month hiatus from the South Carolina recruiting class, defensive end Arden Key came back aboard with the Gamecocks.
Here is a list of the 17 members of the 2015 and 2016 classes who have decommitted from SEC schools.
|CLASS||PLAYER||OLD SCHOOL||DECOMMIT DATE||WHERE NOW?|
|2016||Conner O’Donnell||Mississippi St.||Jul-13||UNCOMMITTED|
|2016||Robert Washington||Mississippi St.||Jul-13||UNCOMMITTED|
|2015||Arden Key||South Carolina||Sep-13||Back with South Carolina|
|2015||T.D. Moton||Mississippi St.||Jan-14||Alabama|
|2015||Donovan Sheffield||Vanderbilt||Jan-14||Back with Vandy|
|2015||Ricky Town||Alabama||Jan-14||NON-SEC: Southern Cal|
|2015||Marquell Harrell||Ole Miss||Feb-14||Auburn|
|2015||Chauncey Rivers||South Carolina||Feb-14||Georgia|
|2015||Jaylon Lane||Ole Miss||Mar-14||NON-SEC: Oklahoma State|
|2015||Rodney Anderson||Texas A&M||Apr-14||UNCOMMITTED|