Mississippi RB becomes Ole Miss' 2nd decommitment since Matt Luke's firing
As expected shortly after the news of a coaching change, the decommits are coming for Ole Miss.
3-star running back Kentrel Bullock became the second Rebels recruit to decommit on Monday, joining Kyjuan Herndon, a fellow 3-star running back who also made that decision a day after the firing of Ole Miss head coach Matt Luke.
Bullock announced his decision on Twitter:
I think it’s Best … pic.twitter.com/DKTQjxZoct
— Flashy Trel ⚡️ (@Iamkentrel_1) December 2, 2019
Bullock is the No. 38 running back in the 2020 class, per the 247sports Composite rankings, as well as the No. 12 recruit from Mississippi. He currently attends Columbia High School in Columbia, Miss.
Bullock had been committed to Ole Miss since June 9, as he chose the Rebels over multiple other schools, including their biggest in-state rival, Mississippi State.
This probably isn’t the end of the decommitments following Luke’s firing, and it may not even be the last one on Monday, so be sure to check back for the latest on Ole Miss recruiting.