Liberty commit Jeremiah Shack announced his decommitment from the Flames on Monday. The wide receiver prospect from Jacksonville, Florida has reopened his commitment.

Shack is a 6’3″, 190 pound wide receiver from Jacksonville, Florida where he attends Mandarin High School. He is a three-star rated prospect who also had offers from Appalachian State, Arkansas State, Coastal Carolina, Florida Atlantic, Georgia, Georgia Southern, Georgia Tech, Maryland, Miami, Michigan State, Mississippi State, South Florida, UCF, West Virginia, and others when he committed to the Flames in June.

He announced his decommitment on his social media accounts, saying, “After a long conversation with my family and coaches, we feel it’s in my best interest at this time to Decommit from Liberty University. I am now opening my recruitment again…Thank you for all the support and to everyone that have been here with me throughout this journey.”

Liberty’s Class of 2023 is currently at 14 commitments after the news of Shack’s decommitment, which also comes on the heels of defensive end prospect Ezra Odinjor announcing his decommitment on Sunday. The Flames’ current class includes wide receiver commits in Kameran Shanks and Quentin Thomas.