"Larry received his full release and has re-opened his recruitment," said Austin's father Larry Sr.
The three-star prospect instantly becomes one of the best players left on the market, especially at the point guard position. Austin is known as a high level athlete who has a solid feel for the game and can really get to the rim.
At this point Austin Sr. didn't indicate any specific schools that Austin will take a look at, but the first time around programs such as Kansas State, Illinois, Creighton, DePaul, Oklahoma State, and Vanderbilt were all involved with his recruitment.
Austin is also a terrific student to go along with being a good basketball player, so he should have plenty of options going forward.
Currently Austin is seen as the No. 29 point guard in the 2014 class.