For the second time in the last week, a member of Pitt football’s Class of 2022 has announced that he is de-committing from the Panthers.
3-star running back Jordaan Bailey (6-foot-1, 185 pounds) from Hillsborough High School in Tampa, Florida, announced on Twitter that he’s opened up his recruitment.
“First and foremost I would like to thank the head man Coach Narduzzi and Coach Sanders and Coach Powell also Coach Graham for taking their time recruiting me and believing in me when I didn’t believe in myself and building such an amazing bond with me. After a long talk with my family, I decided to de-commit from Pittsburgh University.”
Bailey originally committed to Pitt back on June 12 after making an official visit. At that time, Bailey also held offers from Cincinnati, Mississippi State, Syracuse, West Virginia, South Florida, Toledo, Western Kentucky, Liberty, Georgia Southern, East Carolina, Colorado State, Buffalo, Bowling Green, Austin Peay and Arkansas State.
It’s here the season is back baby💪🏾 pic.twitter.com/pf4QzLvu7i
— JB1 (@jordaanbailey_) August 2, 2021
With this news, Pitt’s Class of 2022 is down to just 10 players. Bailey was the only running back in the class.
Bailey joins 3-star wide receiver Camden Brown (Fort Lauderdale, Florida), 3-star defensive end Bradley Mann (Jacksonville, Florida), 3-star defensive tackle Elijah Statham (Smyrna, Delaware), 3-star cornerback Aveon Grose (Mansfield, Ohio) and 3-star offensive tackle Ja’Kavion Nonar (Belle Glade, Florida) as players that have decommited from Pitt this year. It’s interesting that four of these decommitments have come from players in Florida.