Kentucky loses long-time commitment from in-state ATH, says he'll explore all options
Kentucky suffered a decommitment from an in-state athlete who committed to Mark Stoops’ program nearly 8 months ago.
Treyveon Longmire, a 3-star prospect out of Corbin, Kentucky shared on social media, “After talking to my family, I am going to re-open my recruitment and explore all my options.” He is rated the No. 4 player in the state of Kentucky in this class, and the No. 24 ATH in the country, according to the 247Sports Composite.
Longmire’s primary recruiter was Vince Marrow. When he announced his commitment to Kentucky in March, he did it over scholarship offers from Louisville, Arkansas, Florida State, Ole Miss, Mississippi State, Oklahoma and Tennessee, among others.
The Wildcats now have 17 commitments, as Longmire was the No. 9-rated recruit in their class of 18 recruits. Before his departure, UK had the No. 4 class in the SEC, and No. 12 in America, according to 247Sports.
Longmire shared his Hudl highlights along with the announcement.
After talking to my family, I am going to re-open my recruitment and explore all my options. #GODSPLAN https://t.co/lSpyfChID8
— Treyveon Longmire (@TreyveonLongmi1) December 3, 2021