Oklahoma decommit Trajan Bandy lists Penn State in his new top 6 list
Trajan Bandy decommitted from Oklahoma Monday night and included Penn State in his new top six list.
The 4-star commit from Miami announced Monday night he was reopening his recruitment on Twitter Monday night. Oklahoma remains in Bandy’s top six, along with the Nittany Lions, USC, Miami, South Carolina and Tennessee.
Bandy is rated as the No. 27 cornerback nationally in the Class of 2017 and the No. 36 player in the state of Florida. He originally committed to Oklahoma on Feb. 21, but has since received an offer from the hometown Hurricanes.
Bandy has received 36 total scholarship offers, including offers from Illinois, Maryland, Michigan, Michigan State, Nebraska and Rutgers.
Penn State’s only 2017 commitment from a defensive back is from 3-star cornerback D.J. Brown. James Franklin’s 2017 class currently ranks No. 46 nationally and No. 10 in the Big Ten.