Offensive tackle decommits

Purdue offensive tackle commitment Dwayne Johnson informed Wednesday night that he's decommitted from the Boilermakers.
The Houston native had committed in mid-October.
"Some other schools started coming around and I hadn't heard from Purdue for a while so I just started looking elsewhere," Johnson said's Adam Munsterteiger. "I was keeping Purdue as an option and I have spoken with coach (Darrell) Hazell but I decided to decommit from Purdue.
"My uncle and my father have been really supportive so they are going to help me get out. I can't wait to get out on these official visits and see how everything is and see where the best option is."
Johnson said that Washington State, Nebraska, Arkansas and Virginia are programs that have begun recruiting him. He'll officially visit Washington State this weekend and Nebraska the weekend of Jan. 18, he said.
"Signing day is pretty close so I am looking to wind it down," the Bellaire High School lineman said, "and look for a place to call home."
Johnson's decommitment leaves Purdue with no offensive linemen committed for the 2013 class. Mobile for your AndroidClick Mobile for your iPhoneClick Copyright, Boilers, Inc. 2013. All Rights Reserved. Reproducing or using editorial or graphical content, in whole or in part, without permission, is strictly prohibited. E-mail, Inc.Here to view this Link. | Here to view this Link.
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