Louisiana running back Travis Etienne has decommitted from Texas A&M, he announced on Twitter on Monday.
I would like to announce that I'm decommitting from Texas A&M University and will be re-opening my recruiting process!
— Travis Etienne Jr™ (@swaggy_t1) August 1, 2016
Etienne is a three-star running back, according to 247Sports Composite Rankings. He is the 23rd best running back in the country and the 13th best overall prospect in Louisiana.
He committed to the Aggies in June.
According to 247Sports, he holds offers from Alabama and Arkansas too. They could well be back in the running for the talented running back now that his recruitment has re-opened.
He rushed for 2,933 yards and 40 touchdowns last year for Jennings High School in Jennings, La.
The 5-foot-11, 199-pound running back told GigEm247 that the Aggies are still his number one school and he will visit in the fall. But Alabama, Arkansas and Tennessee will be among the schools he will consider in his recruitment.
Texas A&M may move quickly to fill his spot, according to GigEm247. Nothing is official though.