A highly-rated, heavily-recruited cornerback out of SEC country has decommitted from Georgia and is reconsidering his options.

Kayin Lee, a 4-star cornerback out of Georgia, announced that he was decommitting from the Bulldogs and will continue to evaluate his opportunities. He initially gave his pledge to UGA in September 2021.

“First I would like to thank everyone at the University of Georgia for the opportunity that I’ve been blessed with! I would love to thank the staff for all the love that they have shown me and my family,” Lee wrote on Twitter. “After talks with God and my family, I’ve decided to decommit from the University of Georgia.

“I know that God will show me where to go and where my future will land me.”

Lee did confirm that he is still considering Georgia as a potential destination to play college football.

Per 247Sports, Lee ranks as the No. 17 cornerback in the 2023 recruiting class and is listed at No. 144 nationally. He’s received more than two dozen offers on the recruiting front.

Multiple B1G programs have extended an offer to Lee, including Indiana, Maryland, Michigan State, Nebraska and Ohio State. Could one of those schools land the 4-star talent?

Below are some high school clips of Lee: