Iowa’s 2017 recruiting class officially got one player smaller on Tuesday.
Four-star cornerback Chevin Calloway has decommitted from Iowa, according to Rivals. Calloway’s high school coach, Michael Johnson, confirmed the news to HawkeyeReport.
The decommitment appeared to be a long time in the making for Calloway, who has been making visits to other schools this fall. That included a trip to Iowa’s Big Ten West rival Nebraska. Calloway originally committed to Iowa in July.
Rated as the 12th-best cornerback and 112th-best player in the class by 247 Sports, Calloway is a big loss for the Hawkeyes’ 2017 class. Iowa also lost 4-star running back Eno Benjamin from its class last month. The Hawkeyes class now sits at 15 commits and is ranked ninth in the Big Ten and 34th nationally.
In addition to the Nebraska trip, Calloway also took an official visit to Arkansas this season. The Texas native has more than 30 offers, according to 247.