Four-star shooting guard recruit Tyson Jolly plans to withdraw his commitment to California and re-open his recruitment.
Four-star shooting guard recruit Tyson Jolly plans to withdraw his commitment to California and re-open his recruitment, he announced on Twitter on Sunday.
Jolly already signed his letter of intent at Cal, so he must wait for the school to release him from the agreement before committing to another program.
His decision comes days after Cal assistant coach Yann Hufnagel was fired amid allegations he sexually harassed a female reporter. Hufnagel has maintained his innocence and plans to fight against his termination in court.
Given the uncertainty at Cal, I have decided 2 ask out of my LOI and re-open my recruitment. This was not an easy decision, but the right 1.— Tman (@OvoTman) March 20, 2016
Jolly, a 6'4", 175-pound guard from Delray Beach, Fla., is ranked by Scout as the No. 23 recruit at his position