The string of de-commitments for the Texas football team trickled down to the 2021 class Monday night when four-star wide receiver Quaydarius Davis announced on Twitter that he was opening his recruitment. The Dallas Skyline product was the first member of the 2021 class when he pledged to the Longhorns back in June.
Please respect my decision!!! pic.twitter.com/qWtdkubM4t
— Quaydarius Davis2️⃣ (@TheQuayDavis2) November 12, 2019Advertisement
The Longhorns lost three commitments in the 2020 class since the loss to Oklahoma. Davis is the first casualty in the 2021 class. It won’t be an uncommon occurrence across the country as more players commit before their junior season. Texas’ 2021 class still consists of seven members and ranks fourth in the nation.
|PLAYER||POS.||HIGH SCHOOL||STARS||COMMITMENT DATE|
|Lake McRee||TE||Lake Travis||3||July 9|
|Jalen Milroe||QB||Katy Tomkins||4||July 21|
|Hayden Conner||OT||Katy Taylor||4||July 23|
|Juan Davis||WR/TE||Everman||3||July 26|
|Billy Bowman||ATH||Denton Ryan||4||July 31|
|Derrick Harris Jr.||OLB||New Caney||4||Aug. 3|
|Ja'Tavion Sanders||ATH||Denton Ryan||4||Sept. 8|
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