The blows keep on coming for Texas A&M.
This time, Quartney Davis, a 4-star wide receiver from Langham Creek High School (Houston), announced on Twitter that he has de-committed from Texas A&M.
“I feel like I made my decision too early,” Davis said. “It is best that I reopen my recruitment and make sure I choose the best college for me.”
The news of Davis’ departure came shortly after news broke that former 5-star recruit Kyler Murray, Texas A&M’s starting quarterback, intends to transfer.
Davis is rated as the nation’s No. 27 wide receiver and is the No. 32 overall prospect in the state of Texas.