CB out of Michigan decommits from Kentucky, holds offers from MSU, UM
A local cornerback is back on the market for Michigan and Michigan State.
Sunday, 3-star cornerback and Michigan native Jeremiah Caldwell announced that he has decommitted from Kentucky and will be re-opening his recruitment. He holds offers from both the Wolverines and Spartans as a member of the 2022 class.
“First I would like to thank the staff at the University of Kentucky for giving me the opportunity to come and play and be a part of their amazing program,” Caldwell said. “When I had committed a few months ago I felt like this was the right choice for me and my family…. With a lot of time and thinking… I will be decommitting from the University of Kentucky and making my recruitment back 100% open. Thank you BBN nation for all the support.”
Caldwell initially committed to Kentucky back in January. Since then, he’s landed Power 5 offers from Michigan State, Michigan and Tennessee. He’s also received interest from Iowa State, Alabama A&M, Arkansas State, Central Michigan, Tennessee State and Toledo.
Per 247SPorts, Caldwell is listed at6-foot-2, 177 pounds and ranks as one of the Top 400 prospects in the class, coming in at No. 380 overall. He’s the No. 11 player out of Michigan and the No. 26 athlete for the 2022 cycle.
Michigan currently owns the nation’s 13th ranked recruiting class while Michigan State is at No. 23.