Baylor football is down to one commit for the Class of 2017 after the decommitment Sunday of three-star cornerback Noah Daniels. He made the announcement on Twitter.
Daniels, from Clear Creek (League City, Texas), had committed in July to acting head coach Jim Grobe.
Daniels is ranked as the No. 136 cornerback in the class, according to the 247Sports Composite.
Daniels has a reported 25 scholarship offers, with TCU offering in mid-October. Daniels indicated he was excited by the interest from the Horned Frogs.
The remaining commit is Daniel Pitre, a three-star safety from Stafford (Texas). He committed in July 2015 and has remained steadfast amid the turmoil.
“The education hasn’t changed,” Pitre told the Houston Chronicle in June. “My coach is still there. Coach Briles is a big part, but I didn’t feel like he was the whole reason I committed in the first place.”
The Baylor safeties coach is Cris Dishman, a 13-year NFL veteran who has spent two years at Baylor. He was named safeties coach in January 2015. The status of Dishman or the assistant coaches is uncertain, pending a decision on Grobe.