Yazeed Haynes, a four-star in-state recruit out of Lansdale, Pennsylvania, has decommitted from Penn State, according to Adam Freidman from Rivals.com.
Haynes committed to Penn State on June 12 after decommitting from Rutgers in May. Haynes, who is 6-foot-1 and 170-pounds is the No. 4 player in Pennsylvania, the No. 33 wide receiver, and the No. 219 player in the nation, according to Rivals.com.
Haynes was impressing in camps all summer long and it looked like Penn State locked up the in-state recruit. However, defending national champion Georgia made Haynes an offer on June 24, twelve days after he committed to Penn State and there have been rumors about how he could flip to Georgia, and Haynes’s decommitment on Monday is an indication that he could commit to Georgia soon.
Haynes will have an official visit to Georgia this weekend as the visit looks like a formality that he would commit to Kirby Smart in the Bulldogs.
If he commits to Georgia, this would be the second time the Bulldogs have flipped a Penn State commit in this recruiting cycle. On June 13, Georgia flipped Joshua Miller, a three-star offensive guard from Colonial Heights, Virginia.
Hayne’s decommitment leaves Ejani Shakir as the only wide receiver commit in the class of 2023.
writer : @bwalkerdadon