3-star defensive back Renardo Green announced his decommitment from Florida State on Tuesday.
I put my trust & Faith into God and let him take the wheel . Respect my decision‼️ pic.twitter.com/oZvii3HpyT— Renardo Malcom Green (@nado2times) September 25, 2018
Green, a 5’11 164 lb cornerback from Wekiva High School in Apopka, FL, has decided to open back up his recruitment after committing to FSU in April.
Green is the second commitment to leave Tribe 19 after defensive end Mike Morris flipped his pledge to the University of Michigan earlier this month. While the Morris flip was hardly a shock, given that the Florida State coaches saw his future on the offensive side of the ball, the Green decommitment is a bit more surprising given that he listed FSU as his “dream school.”
Although small in stature, Green has the ability to play much bigger than his size would dictate. He has solid ball skills and is very physical when it comes to shutting down opposing receivers.
Currently, Green is listed as the 453rd best player in the country, the 46th best CB in the nation, and the 61st overall player from the state of Florida, per the 247Sports Composite. Defensive coordinator Harlon Barnett played the biggest role in the recruitment of Green.
Tomahawk Nation will keep you updated as we find out more information.