Iowa just lost a member of its 2017 recruiting class.
Beau Corrales, a 2-star receiver from Georgetown (Texas) High School with a penchant for making circus catches, announced Friday via Twitter that he is reopening his recruitment.
“Iowa was my first Power Five offer, and I feel as if I chose them too quickly out of excitement without giving myself time to truly think through such a big decision as this,” Corrales said in the statement.
“I just want the opportunity to explore all of the options out there for me before I make such a big decision. … I feel it would be unfair to the program if I wasn’t ‘100% in.’ ”
Thank y'all and God bless. pic.twitter.com/JQiEwnB4XH
— 1️⃣Beau Corrales5️⃣ (@BEAU_JANGLES12) November 18, 2016
Corrales is listed at 6 feet, 3 1/2, 203 pounds and is ranked as the No. 289 wide receiver in the 2017 class by 247Sports. He is the No. 275 recruit in the state of Texas.
However, he led the Central Texas area in both receptions and yards this fall with 84 catches for 1,096 yards and 14 touchdowns. Judging by his statement on Twitter, it appears he may be picking up interest on the recruiting trail.
Corrales originally committed to Texas State back in June. He battled through a back injury his junior year and has overcome Type 1 diabetes to become one of the best receivers in the Austin, Texas, area.
Corrales holds offers from Indiana, Air Force, Army and New Mexico.