A former USC receiver who had committed to Minnesota earlier this year will be headed to UNLV instead.

On Thursday, Randal Grimes announced via Instagra that he will be continuing his academic and athletic career at UNLV. His announcement comes a day after Minnesota landed a commitment from former Michigan defensive back Benjamin St-Juste, putting the Gophers at the 25 scholarship limit for the 2019 cycle.

“I wanted to thank coach P.J. Fleck and (Matt) Simon for the opportunity of exploring my options with the University of Minnesota. However, it was in God’s plan for me to see another path and I will not be attending Minnesota,” Grimes wrote. “That being said, I want to thank Coach (Tony) Sanchez and Coach Ced (Cormier) for believing in me. I want to thank everyone that works with athletics and academics at UNLV for welcoming me with open arms. I signed and am committed to my hometown, THE UNLV REBELS!”

Minnesota has seen a few players decommit throughout the month of May, but it sounds as though this was a mutual parting between Grimes and Minnesota.

Kyle Goblirsch of 247Sports mentioned that the Gophers have reached their 25 scholarship limit for the 2019 cycle and the two parties decided to go different directions. Grimes has found a new home at UNLV.

Minnesota’s 2019 recruiting class ranked 10th in the B1G and 43rd nationally. The Gophers were active on the transfer market, landing three players from the transfer portal.