Georgia lost another 2013 commitment Friday, as receiver Kyrin Priester opened his recruitment back up.
Priester was all set on Georgia in April, excited to verbally commit to the school that produced A.J. Green.
But less than three months later, he had second thoughts.
“The UGA coaches understood and took it well,” Brookwood assistant William Lee said. “Kyrin just wants to look at his options.”
Those options include known offers from TCU and Vanderbilt. The 6-foot-1, 185-pounder has been recruited by other SEC schools.
The news came just days after four-star running back recruit Derrick Henry out of Yulee in Jacksonville spurned the Bulldogs.