A big news day for Ohio State football got even bigger late Tuesday night, as four-star WR Tyjon Lindsey decommitted from Ohio State, per his Twitter account.
I will like to announce that I have OFFICIALLY opened my recruiting process back up.— T-WAYNE... (@tyjonlindsey) January 11, 2017
Lindsey committed to Ohio State on August 22nd, and is teammates at Las Vegas high school football powerhouse Bishop Gorman with fellow 2017 Buckeyes commits QB Tate Martell and DT Haskell Garrett.
Lindsey’s decommitment leaves Ohio State with only one wide receiver commitment in the class of 2017 in St. Thomas Aquinas product Trevon Grimes, though early enrollee Brendon White hinted at a move to ‘Zone 6’ on twitter earlier in the week.
The decommitment also knocks the Buckeyes back to No. 2 in the 247 Sports composite rankings, just hours after they had moved past Alabama for the top spot with the commitment of former Tide cornerback Kendall Sheffield.
Best of luck to Lindsey in the rest of his recruiting process and career.