Illinois has lost out on a commitment from a familiar face. ZZ Clark, brother of freshman guard Skyy Clark, announced Monday that he would be decommitting from the University of Illinois.

He sent the following note to On3 Sports on Monday.

“After further thought and discussion with my family, I have decided to decommit from the University of Illinois. As much as I love the University of Illinois and their fanbase, I would like to reopen my recruitment to make sure I find the best fit for ME personally. I appreciate all the love I have gotten from the Fighting Illini family and the support for my brother/family who is doing phenomenal there, but it’s time for me to blaze my own trail.”

Clark, a 3-star prospect per 247Sports, is rated as the No. 150 player in the country in the 2024 Class. The 6-foot-1 point guard plays for Overtime Elite and hails from Atlanta, Georgia.

His road ahead is uncertain, but there’s a long time for him to pick his next move. For what it’s worth, Clark holds offers from the likes of Kansas, Creighton, Washington, Vanderbilt, Arizona State and DePaul.

That list is sure to expand in the coming months.