Four-star class of 2019 wideout Kendrell Scurry took to his Twitter account Tuesday afternoon to announce that he is de-committing from the University of Tennessee. Scurry, who had been committed to the Volunteers since July of 2016, says his decision is “to see what other universities have to offer.”
According to The Spun, since he committed to the Vols last summer, the Independence High School star has reeled in an impressive amount of big-time offers that include the following: Penn State, South Carolina, Kentucky, Missouri, Mississippi State, Georgia Tech, Louisville, Purdue, Wake Forest and Cincinnati.
Below is the note that Scurry tweeted out from his personal Twitter account Friday afternoon explaining his decision:
Because Scurry is a class of 2019 prospect, he’s got plenty of time to make his decision. With his increased interest from big-time programs, it’s likely that his recruitment will last a while as he looks at all of his new options around the country to find the best university for him.
247sports lists Scurry as the No. 81 prospect overall in the class of 2019.