THE LIST: Class of 2015 Rivals150
Over at UCF, head coach Donnie Jones and staff had been riding a 2015 recruiting high. That high lost a little bit of its edge on Thursday morning.
Junior point guard Corey Sanders, who committed last month, decided to open his recruitment back up according to his summer coach Diana Neal of the Showtime Ballers.
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"Corey Sanders has decided to open his recruitment," Neal texted Rivals.com. "Him and his family want to take the recruiting process slow."
An ultra athletic, 6-foot-1 floor general, Sanders is one of the most exciting backcourt players in the class of 2015. He is dangerous in the open court because of his elite explosiveness and he's become a more patient decision maker in a controlled halfcourt setting.
A four-star prospect, the product of Bradenton (Fla.) IMG currently ranks No. 76 nationally in the Rivals150 and will be a hot commodity now that he is open again.
Prior to his commitment, Sanders had accumulated offers from the likes of USF, Memphis, Marquette, Murray State, Tennessee and Xavier while others like Oklahoma State, Florida State, Michigan and many more had been showing interest.
For now, there is no set timetable to make a decision and Sanders is looking forward to a big junior season.
Eric Bossi is the national basketball recruiting analyst for Rivals.com. You can click here to follow him on Twitter.
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