Tomarrion Parker is no longer committed to Penn State. It was reported Tuesday that the blue-chip defensive lineman from Alabama had reopened his recruitment, backing off his pledge to James Franklin’s program.

Parker retweeted On3’s report of the news, which says, “the Nittany Lions are not completely ruled out,” but the Alabama product will likely play closer to home.

A standout at Central High School in Phenix City, Alabama, Parker is listed at 6-4, 250 pounds. On the 247Sports composite ratings, PArker is rated 4-stars, the No. 11 recruit in Alabama, the No. 12 defensive lineman and No. 100 prospect overall in the class of 2023. He pledged to PSU back on June 21.

Parker has picked up scholarship offers from 25 schools during his recruitment, including Michigan, Michigan State and Ohio State. His 247Sports profile shows scheduled official visits to Florida (Oct. 14) and Tennessee (Oct. 29).

After Parker’s decommitment, Penn State is down to 17 pledges in its 2023 recruiting class, ranked No. 10 in the country.