Three-star wide receiver Kevaughn Dingle has decommitted from the Miami Hurricanes, citing lack of communication with Mark Richt’s staff as the reason.
On Thursday evening, 3-star wideout Kevaughn Dingle decommitted from the University of Miami. Dingle released a lengthy statement via social media, expressing that lack of communication with the Hurricanes staff was the reason for reopening his commitment.
“Now that I have accomplished my goal of winning a state title. I will begin to focus on the recruiting process. First of all, I would like to thank Coach Richt and his coaching staff for having an interest in me but due to ‘LACK OF COMMUNICATION’ I have decided to DE-COMMITT from The University of Miami. Also, to all of my UM FANS I truly appreciate the love and support you’ve shown me thus far but I’ve decided to leave my options open because communication is a key factor in my decision making. I wish the UM family much success. No interviews about Miami, Thank You. [sic]”
Hailing from Miami Carol City High School in South Florida, Dingle has offers from the likes of Arkansas, Colorado, Kentucky, Louisville, Tennessee and West Virginia, among others. Kentucky is now believed to be the new frontrunner for his commitment. Dingle is the No. 91-ranked wide receiver in the 2017 class.
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