Just two days after stating that he was both "sticking" with Louisville and "not going anywhere," class of 2016 quarterback Tylin Oden has announced that he is re-opening his recruitment.
And then, less than an hour after that, he apparently decommitted from his decommitment.
That didn't last long...@jdemling: Columbia, Tenn., QB Tylin Oden tells Cardinal Authority he’s still firmly committed to Louisville.— Jody Demling (@jdemling) July 19, 2015
And then this:
Sooooo *shrugging emoji*
Oden, a three or four star recruit depending on which scouting service you prefer, committed to Louisville back on May 25. He was the first highly-touted 2016 signal caller to pledge his allegiance, but he would not be the last, as blue chip dual threat QB Jawon Pass made the same decision on Thursday.
The 6'5, 190-pound Oden attended Louisville's "Friday Night Lights" camp this weekend, and confirmed to Scout.com just yesterday that his commitment to U of L was still firm and that he didn't plan on visiting any other schools.