The growing trend of signees, not committed players but ones that have actually signed with a college program, backing off their decisions continues in the SEC as Kentucky signee Nolan Hickman just announced his decommitment from John Calipari’s program.

This decision comes as a surprise as Hickman signed with the Wildcats in November.

The Utah native is ranked as the No. 4 point guard prospect in the country and a top 30 overall prospect nationally in the 2021 recruiting cycle according to 247Sports Composite Rankings.

“I got nothing but all love for BBN.. Coach Cal.. and the entire Kentucky coaching staff. Thank you,” Hickman posted announcing his decision to decommit from Kentucky on Friday.

Following this news, Kentucky is down to two high school signees (Daimion Collins and Bryce Hopkins) and two transfers (Oscar Tshiebwe and Kellan Grady) heading into the program this offseason.