Tennessee is down to one commitment for the 2019 class following an announcement from Chattanooga, Tenn. athlete Cameron Wynn.
Wynn posted a note on Twitter that thanked Tennessee coaches and God, and said that he is decommitting from Tennessee. Wynn is a 4-star prospect, according to 247 Sports, and expected to play either wide receiver or defensive back in college. Wynn, who is 5-foot-10 and a half, 165 pounds, committed to Tennessee in April.
Wynn was among the finalists for the Division II-AA Mr. Football Award in Tennessee. Four-star Class of 2019 all-purpose back Eric Gray of Memphis’ Lausanne Collegiate School, a Tennessee target, won the award, GoVols247 reported.
Wynn holds five offers, including Ole Miss and Vanderbilt.
The Chattanooga Times Free Press reported that Wynn had a 73-yard kickoff return in a state championship game loss last week. Tennessee already lost one Chattanooga-area commitment in recent months when class of 2018 safety Brendon Harris switched his commitment from the Vols to Vanderbilt.
— Cameron Wynn 3️⃣ (@camwynn3) December 5, 2017