Top Recruits "De-Commit" from Mississippi Schools

OXFORD, MS (Ben Caxton) — Several top class of 2019 recruits have de-committed from the Ole Miss and Mississippi State football programs. Running back Jerrion Ealy announced on Twitter Tuesday that he will make his decision on National Signing Day next month. Ealy is the #4 high school running back in the nation and the #2 player overall in Mississippi; he rushed for over 1500 yards and 24 touchdowns to lead Jackson Prep to a state title this year and put up 116 yards and scored two touchdowns to earn MVP honors in the Under Armour All America all-star game. Ealy is also projected to be a top pick in the upcoming MLB Draft in June. Bulldog four-star recruit Charles Moore from Louisville also posted his intention to de-commit on Twitter; the 6’4 270-pound defensive end is the #9 player at his position in the country and the #8 overall prospect in the state of Mississippi. Moore has visited Auburn four times and will visit Florida on Friday.



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