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Well that escalated quickly.

Just two days after receiving an offer from Oklahoma, four-star wide receiver Jaylon Robinson announced that he was backing off his commitment to Texas Tech.

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“First off I would like to thank the TTU fans for all of the love and support throughout this special process in my life,” Robinson said in his statement on Twitter. “I have nothing but love for Red Raider Nation and the TTU coaching staff.”

Robinson then explained that the reason behind his decommit was that he felt he had made his decision to commit to Texas Tech too soon in the process.

“I fell as if I’ve made an early decision on my future and opening up my recruitment would give me the opportunity to explore more in the recruiting process,” Robinson said. “I am announcing my DECOMMITMENT from Texas Tech.”

Robinson committed to Texas Tech last October, but he has recently started to shoot up recruiting boards. In addition to the Oklahoma offer, Robinson has also received an offer from Georgia over the past few months, and it looks like he wants to explore his recruiting more as other teams start to get interested.

Robinson is rated as a four-star recruit by Rivals.com.

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