Ole Miss WR commit flips to Baylor
Ole Miss is down a wide receiver commit as of Saturday night.
Three-star Cypress, Texas, native R.J. Sneed flipped from the Rebels to Baylor, and he released the news via his Twitter account.
“Do [sic] to coaching changes and a lot of thought and prayers I would like to announce that I am decommitting from Ole Miss and will be attending Baylor University this spring,” Sneed wrote on his Twitter account.
Here’s the full statement, in which he thanks the Ole Miss coaching staff.
This is the end of this process 🐻 pic.twitter.com/YP9n2qJAkm
— RJ Sneed II (@Rjsneed2) January 8, 2017
Sneed had been committed to Ole Miss since November 13, and he was a TCU commit before that, too.
The Rebels have had several coaching changes following the disappointing 2016 season. Former wide receiver coach Grant Heard is out in Oxford, and Heard’s replacement Matt Lubick left to become Baylor’s new offensive coordinator.
The Bears hired Temple’s Matt Rhule as its next head coach on December 6.
With the loss of Sneed, the Rebels have 14 commits in the class of 2017.