LINCOLN, Neb. — Nebraska’s sole 2019 commit is no longer committed.
Marquez Beason, a 4-star wide receiver from Bishop Dunne High School in Dallas, announced on Twitter he is stepping away from his Nebraska commitment.
“After lots of thought and prayer my family and I feel it’s best that I reopen my recruitment process 100 percent and de-commit from the University of Nebraska,” Beason wrote in a note.
Please respect my decision pic.twitter.com/RXaxTvLlUd
— Marquez Beason 🎦 (@ezmoneyquez) May 16, 2017
Nebraska apparently remains a top school on Beason’s list, per his note.
Beason committed to Nebraska on April 15 after his visit for the spring game. Since that day, Beason’s been offered by a plethora of schools, including Baylor, Texas, UCLA, Ohio State, Houston, Illinois and Georgia.
Beason told Land of 10 last week he was going to try to make some visits this summer, including to Ohio State and Georgia.