Three-star cornerback Logan Wilson has decommitted from the Arizona Wildcats, he announced Tuesday.
The Bishop Dunne (Dallas, Texas) product released this statement on Twitter:
“I would like to thank the University of Arizona for all the love and support I have received during my recruiting process. After deep thoughts, prayers, and discussions with my family and coaches, I believe I have committed too early. I have decided to reopen my recruitment to explore other schools and opportunities.
“As I do, the University of Arizona will remain in my top schools. Although this is a hard decision, I look forward to see what the future has in store for me. Thank you for the support and for respecting my decision.”
Wilson committed to the UA in April, becoming the first member of the 2019 recruiting class. He is the No. 1064 player in his class and No. 110 cornerback, per 247Sports composite rankings.
Before he committed, the only other Power-Five school he had an offer from was Iowa.
Wilson’s decommitment is surprising since he had been helping recruit players, specifically those from Texas, to Arizona.
But as he mentioned, the UA is still a factor in his recruitment, so maybe we haven’t seen the last of him.
Arizona’s 2019 class now consists of four-star quarterback Grant Gunnell, three-star running back Michael Wiley, and punter Kyle Ostendorp.