When he made his announcement that he was committing to Oklahoma State back in August, Klein (Texas) Collins four-star running back Michael Goodson put on an orange and black Cowboy jersey. It looks like he's now officially taking the jersey off.
Collins coach Ronnie Feldman has informed Rivals.com that Goodson, the nation's No. 8 running back and the No. 47 player overall, has withdrawn his commitment to Oklahoma State and is now scheduled to visit Texas A&M this upcoming weekend and Miami in January.
"Mike did it because he wants to honest with to the Oklahoma State coaches about looking around and looking at other schools," Feldman said.
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"He just decided it was time for him to be back on the market and shop around a little bit. Michael had some other interest elsewhere, and he wants to make sure he's making the best decision."
Feldman stressed that Oklahoma State is not out of the running, but USC, Miami and Texas A&M are also very much in the picture. Goodson visited Oklahoma State this past weekend and was at USC on December 2.
"He's officially de-committed," Feldman said. "He's going to check A&M out, and we're not sure of the date he's going to Miami, but it'll be some time in January."
Goodson rushed for 973 yards as a senior. He had 1,061 yards as a junior.