The Oklahoma Sooners might have lost a key part in the Class of 2019 with the de-commitment of 4-star running back Isaiah Spiller on Wednesday.
Spiller announced his decision to open back up his recruitment on Twitter.
RESPECT MY DECISION! pic.twitter.com/q7107U7vXC
— Isaiah Spiller (@isaiah_spiller) April 4, 2018
Despite opening his recruitment back up, Spiller made it clear that he is still considering the Sooners.
“I still hold OU in high regards and I value the relationships that I have built with the coaching staff,” he wrote.
Spiller is a 6-foot-1, 193 pound back out of Klein Collins High School in Spring, Texas. He ran for 1,284 yards in his senior year of high school and scored 23 touchdowns on the ground. According to 247Sports, he is the No. 2 all-purpose back in the country and the No. 24 overall prospect in the state of Texas.
He was also considering Texas A&M and holds offers from Oklahoma State, Oregon and TCU, among others.
The Sooners do not have a running back currently committed in their Class of 2019.