The number of highly-touted recruits committed to Nebraska continues to dwindle.

Sunday evening, four-star receiver Joshua Moore announced his decision to decommit from the program. He is a top 20 receiver and the 10th-best player out of Texas, according to 247Sports.

Moore made his announcement via Twitter.

With Moore’s decision, Nebraska has just seven recruits in its 2018 class with National Signing Day right around the corner. A class formerly loaded with four-star talent and ranked in the top 25 nationally is now the last-placed class in the B1G and 89th nationally.

New head coach Scott Frost and his staff have already hit the pavement aggressively since taking over in Lincoln, but several of the Huskers’ previous commits had a much closer relationship with Mike Riley and his staff.

Moore has raked in over 50 offers during his recruitment, including seven B1G schools. Among the programs interested are Alabama, Michigan, Ohio State, LSU, USC, Notre Dame, Georgia, Auburn and Oklahoma.

In addition to his football skills, Moore is a star track athlete. He originally committed to Nebraska because he’d be able to run track as well as play football. That could still be a major factor in his decision moving forward.