Arkansas suffered its fourth decommitment in recruiting roughly 24 hours after it fired coach Chad Morris.

Allen Horace, a 6-foot-4, 250-pound tight end prospect in the class of 2020, announced on Twitter that he would reopen his recruitment. He’s a 3-star prospect according to 247Sports, and the No. 26 tight end recruit in the nation in that class.

Horace is from Crockett, Texas and reportedly has eight offers, including LSU. He committed to the Razorbacks in April.

That leaves Arkansas with 10 known commitments to a class that before Horace’s departure was ranked No. 13 in the SEC and No. 55 in the nation, according to 247Sports.

He said he arrived at this decision after a long talk with his family and “accounting for a lot of different factors.”

He thanked all the Arkansas coaches who recruited him, including Morris.

“Whatever happens through this process, I wish nothing but the best for y’all,” he tweeted. “Coach Morris, thank you for the opportunity and I know you’ll be killing wherever you land next.”