It didn’t take Jashaun Corbin long to find a new school after ditching his Tennessee commitment.
Less than a week after informing Vol Nation that he no longer wanted to be their running back of the future, the nation’s No. 8 all-purpose back made a commitment to play for Jimbo Fisher at Florida State.
Corbin, who is a 3-star prospect out of Holy Trinity Episcopal Academy in Melbourne, Fla., made the announcement via Twitter on Monday morning:
— Jay_1K 6⃣™ (@Jashaun06) May 22, 2017
Corbin had more SEC offers than just Tennessee, with schools like Florida, Kentucky and LSU expressing interest as well. And while there’s still a long way to signing day, one would think Corbin may settle in on his decision after making a public flip from Tennessee to Florida State.
Corbin is the No. 382 overall player in the Class of 2018 according to the 247Sports composite rankings.