Nebraska has lost another commitment from its 2018 recruiting class, this time from a four-star athlete.

Saturday morning, Mario Goodrich tweeted out that he is decommiting from the Huskers and will reopen his recruitment. He thanked Nebraska, the fans and former head coach Mike Riley for the opportunity.

Nebraska’s 2018 class has crumbled as the uncertainty of the future of the program loomed over Lincoln for most of the season. After Mike Riley was fired, several commits have reopened their recruitment.

A recruiting class that was once filled with four-star talent and was ranked in the top 25 nationally now just has eight commitments and ranks dead last in the B1G. It also comes in at 75th nationally.

Goodrich is a four-star athlete who has raked in 15 offers. He’s ranked as a top five athlete and is rated as the fourth-best prospect from Missouri, according to 247Sports.

In addition to the Nebraska, Goodrich holds offers from four other B1G programs: Michigan, Iowa, Minnesota and Purdue. Other national offers include Georgia, N.C. State and Oklahoma.