Knox Puts Out Favorite List

The decommitment of Demetrius Knox from Texas sent shockwaves across the recruiting radar recently, and the four-star offensive lineman is now considering his options. Here is the latest on Knox...

Four-star offensive lineman Demetrius Knox decommitted from Texas a week ago, shortly after a stint in Columbus to visit the Buckeyes. Formerly of Springfield, Ohio, Knox picked the Longhorns over Ohio State last fall. He explained his decision to decommit from Mack Brown's program.

"I just felt like me and Texas were growing apart," said Knox. "I didn't feel like it was for me anymore."

"It wasn't about feeling a certain way about another school," he added. "It was about not feeling close to the coaches at Texas anymore."

As is usually the case, Knox will not consider the school he was originally committed to moving forward. He has seven schools he will now focus on in his recruitment.

"The schools I'm considering are Ohio State, Florida State, UCLA, Miami, Ole Miss, Oregon, and Alabama," the offensive lineman noted.

The All Saints' Episcopal School product projects to be an offensive guard at the next level, but could also contribute at right tackle. That versatility, along with his frame and skill, make Knox a popular commodity among the nation's best schools.

It will be at least another month before the talented lineman from Texas checks out other schools.

"I'm waiting for the summer to take visits," he stated. "I'll try to visit all those schools I am considering now."


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