Arkansas suffers 2 more decommitments, including son of Chad Morris
Two more players have de-committed from the Arkansas football team, its 6th and 7th since Chad Morris was fired on Sunday a few weeks short of completing his 2nd season in Fayetteville.
While players choosing to look elsewhere with Morris fired has not come as a surprise, one of the de-commitments on Tuesday evening was even less surprising. Morris’s son Chandler, a 4-star recruit out of Dallas and ranked by 247Sports as the No. 13 dual-threat quarterback in the class of 2020, announced on Twitter that he was re-opening his recruitment.
I would like to announce that I will be decomitting from the University of Arkansas and will be reopening my recruitment at this time.
— Chandler Morris (@Chandleram4) November 13, 2019
Chandler Morris has a fairly strong offer sheet outside of his father’s former stops of Clemson, where the elder Morris was the offensive coordinator for a number of years, and SMU, the school that hired him from Clemson for its head-coaching vacancy in 2015. Auburn, Boise State, Oklahoma, and Virginia Tech are among the schools on the younger Morris’s list.
A second de-commitment came earlier in the evening. Brandon Frazier, a 3-star tight end from Texas, announced on Twitter that he would re-open his own recruitment after pledging back in May. He became the 2nd tight end to de-commit from the program after Morris’s dismissal.
— Brandon Frazier (@BKFraz) November 12, 2019