Class of 2022 wide receiver Camden Brown has decommitted from Pitt, he announced on Twitter on Wednesday evening.
“First and foremost I would love to thank Coach Partridge and Coach Marion for recruiting me and building such amazing bond with me and after a long conversation with my family I decided to De Commit From Pittsburgh University,” Brown wrote on Twitter.
Recruitment is 100% open… pic.twitter.com/yCBkrykwPz
— Camden Brown (@CamdenBrown7) December 2, 2021
Brown, a 6-foot-3, 190-pound wide receiver from St. Thomas Aquinas High School in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, had committed to Pitt just after taking his official visit to Pittsburgh back in June.
But the three-star prospect continued to attract other interest, with West Virginia, Colorado, Florida State, South Carolina and Arizona extending him scholarship offers since his commitment.
Brown took an official visit with Florida State on Nov. 13, had an in-home visit with South Carolina this week and has an official visit scheduled to Arizona on Dec. 10.
Without Brown, Pitt’s Class of 2022 now stands at 11 players. Buffalo’s Addison Copeland is the other receiver in the class. Pitt is scheduled to lose Taysir Mack, Melquise Stovall and Tre Tipton from that position to graduation.