Defensive linemen Jordan Bradford and Corey Lucas and wide receiver Cameron Hunter have announced on twitter that they have de-committed from Liberty.
This comes on the heels of offensive lineman Mason Bowers who announced his de-commitment Saturday night.
— Jordan Bradford (@Jordan_B767) October 13, 2019
— Lincorey Lucas Jr 💸 (@_757corey) October 14, 2019
— Cameron Hunter🍇 (@coolkidkila) October 14, 2019
Bradford is a 6’3″, 260 pound defensive lineman from Colgan High School in Manassas, Virginia. He also has offers from James Madison, Central Florida, UMass, and Air Force.
Lucas was the first commitment in the class of 2020, pledging to Coach Hugh Freeze and the Flames in late February. Lucas is a 6’3″, 220 pound defensive end prospect that is rated a 2-star by Rivals. He also has offers from Coastal Carolina, Marshall, and Temple. He helped lead Indian River to a 13-1 season in 2018.
Hunter was the second commitment in the class, joining his high school teammate Lucas from Indian River who both committed to the Flames out of the Chesapeake, Virginia school.
With these de-commitments this week, the Flames currently stand at 20 verbal pledges in the class of 2020 which can grow to as many as 25.