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JUCO wideout Brandon Snell tweets decommitment from Utah

Published July 26, 2014 4:36 pm

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Utah recruiting target Brandon Snell tweeted Saturday that he is no longer verbally committed to Utah and will explore other options.

Snell was a second-team NJCAA All-American last season at Garden City Community College in Kansas, making 72 grabs for 841 yards and 10 touchdowns.

Click here to see Snell's highlights from last season.

Utah safeties coach and recruiting coordinator Morgan Scalley told The Tribune earlier this month that receiver was a top priority for Utah's 2015 class.

Dres Anderson, Kaelin Clay, and — with a big season that draws NFL interest — Kenneth Scott could potentially leave the program after this season.

Another wideout commit, Donzale Roddie, recently tweeted that he was hoping to garner another offer. If Roddie left, that would leave Justice Murphy and possibly one or both of DB/WR combos George Wilson and Michael Jacquet to reload in 2015.

— Matthew Piper

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