It was almost two years ago that Kyle Molock committed to Purdue. At the time, he was just beginning his sophomore year and showed much promise.
The 6-foot-2 point guard from Dublin (Ohio) Coffman still shows plenty of promise. However, his career has been derailed a bit by injuries since the end of his sophomore year where he averaged more than 14 points a game while leading his team to a 20-4 record.
Tuesday morning, Molock's high school coach, Jamey Collins, announced via email that the rising senior would re-open his recruitment.
"Dublin Coffman Point Guard Kyle Molock (2012) has decommitted from his verbal to Purdue University," wrote Collins in the email. "Due to a variety reasons - including changes to the coaching staff, current and future roster, and change of focus since fully recovering from injury, Molock is opening his options up to find a fit that is best for him and his future as a student athlete."
A three-star point guard with excellent size and strength, Molock will run this July with the Ohio Basketball Club.
According to his coach, he's fully recovered and ready to go.
"(Molock) has been back on the court for about two weeks since recovering from an injury that cost him his junior season," wrote Collins. "Since his return Kyle has shown a mature feel for the game to go along with the return of the athleticism that he had prior to injuring his knee."