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Trajan Bandy Decommits, Releases New Top 6 Schools

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Miami, Florida prospect Trajan Bandy reopened his recruitment on Monday night.


The Oklahoma Sooners’ 2017 recruiting class took a hit on Monday night when 4-star safety Trajan Bandy decommitted.

Bandy had originally pledged to the Sooners on February 21, 2016, four days after dropping his top 10.

He shared the following message, announcing his decision via social media.

“Due to the enormous pressures of the recruiting process, I have decided to de-commit from the University of Oklahoma. I appreciate the coaches and fans, and would ask that everyone respect my decision. With that being said, OU will remain in my top 6 schools. I will also be reframing from any interviews or questions from the media. [sic]”

The hometown Hurricanes have been making a push as of late. Bandy picked up an offer from Mark Richt in May, and visited UM three times in the month of June alone.

In addition to decommitting, he also named a top six.

“This is a list of the schools of my interest:

USC
Oklahoma
Miami
South Carolina
Penn State
Tennessee”

Bandy is ranked the nation’s No. 225 overall prospect and No. 21 safety for the 2017 class.

Note: Rankings and ratings courtesy of Scout

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