WILSONVILLE, Ore. — Johnny Ragin announced on twitter that he de-committed from BYU and committed to Cal. Ragin had previously committed to the Cougars in early December as reported by yours truly.
“I’d like to sincerely thank all the coaches, fans and everyone throughout the country who has supported me through this process,” he tweeted. “And I’m not one to go back on my word, so this is difficult for me. But ultimately, I have to do what I feel’s best for my family and I. With that being said, I have decommitted from BYU and have officially committed to
It’s very much crunch time for coaches in shoring up their final 2013 signing classes. With just over two weeks remaining the thought is that BYU may offer Auston Johnson who tripped to BYU last weekend, but left without an offer.
It’s not all bad news, for BYU on the recruiting front, however. Four-star prospect Brayden Kearsley announced he was committed to BYU Wednesday afternoon.