Grant Perry, a three-star class of 2015 wide receiver, has de-commited from Northwestern. Perry announced his decision on Twitter Monday night.
After careful consideration & prayers, I have decommitted from Northwestern. I have great respect for NW and what they have done for me.— Grant Perry (@TheGrantPerry) February 3, 2015
The announcement comes just one day after Jim Harbaugh called Perry to offer him a scholarship. Perry has not officially committed to Michigan, but it seems like that's where he may be headed. He will make his official decision tomorrow.
Coach Harbaugh called me yesterday! Michigan offered! 〽️ #GoBlue pic.twitter.com/lXRb1LeikO— Grant Perry (@TheGrantPerry) February 2, 2015
Perry was recently named a high school All-American (one of only two receivers) by Scout after a stellar senior season. Perry was a big part of Pat Fitzgerald's recruiting class, which now sits at 19 players.
Perry's decision means it's now two de-commitments in three days for Northwestern, who lost Zach Allen to Boston College on Saturday. And by our count...
Believe that's now eight one-time Northwestern commits in the last two classes that decommitted from the Wildcats.— Inside NU (@insidenu) February 3, 2015
Northwestern's class of 2015, which will officially be announced Wednesday, remains strong at receiver though. Cameron Green, Charlie Fessler and Jelani Roberts are all expected to sign with NU. Check out all three of their profiles here.