Will Boone Decommit?

When he committed back in August, 4-star WR Kadron Boone was sure that the Red Raiders' high flying offense was perfect for him. However, with the termination of head coach Mike Leach, Boone began second guessing his decision. With signing day approaching, will the talented receiver stick with his commitment, or are the Red Radiers likely to lose one of their top commits in the class of 2010?

Four-star Florida wide receiver Kadron Boone is one of the Red Raiders' top recruits in the class of 2010. However, since Mike Leach's termination, Boone has been looking at other schools and wavering in his commitment to Texas Tech.

Boone talked with Scout.com about his feelings and where he stands in regards to his commitment to the Red Raiders.

"After they fired coach Leach, I was lost," Boone said. "Bam, I hear that he is gone, and I had a lot running through my head. I talked with my parents, and we think now I will end up elsewhere. I just have that feeling.

"If it was Ruffin McNeil, then maybe I could have seen myself staying," he added. "But there is a lot of stuff floating around with coach Tubberville and his offense. I don't know how true it all is, but I know I need to do some looking around on visits to find out where I really need to be."

While Kadron has not officially decommitted at this point, he is strongly considering Louisville, LSU, West Virginia, and Georgia.

He visited Louisville last weekend and came away impressed with what he saw.

"[Louisville is] going to be making some noise in the Big East and throw a lot of different things at the defense... Louisville is very high right now with me.

"I'm going to take the rest of my visits. We know that Tuberville likes to run the ball. The way I feel right now is that anything can happen between now and signing day and Louisville is sitting real high. I like what I hear, I like what I see."

Up next for the talented WR is a visit to LSU this weekend, who offered him a few weeks ago. Kadron has ties to the coaching staff at LSU, something that could definitely work in the Tigers' favor.

Boone also plans to take visits to West Virginia and Georgia before signing day.

While Kadron has not officially decommitted, it is looking like the Red Raiders' chances of signing him are diminishing. RaiderPower.com will keep you updated with the latest developments on Boone's status.

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