Kylie Fitts de-committed from USC on Tuesday, a surprise move after what the four-star described as developments that occurred with the Trojans that questioned his trust, and powerhouses from across the country have come calling.
In the last day or so, the Redlands (Calif.) East Valley defensive end has developed a top five of USC, UCLA, Oregon, Alabama and Notre Dame.
Apparently, Fitts de-committed from the Trojans just days before he was set to enroll because he was told he couldn't come in January, as had been planned, and would have to wait until June.
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Still, Fitts said USC remains in contention but that he's seriously looking at others and is still unsure when he'll enroll in college.
"I'm going to take three visits and most likely decide on National Signing Day but I'm not positive right now," Fitts said.
The three visits have not been solidified yet since his situation is still being figured out and Fitts said other programs could still get involved in his recruitment.
The de-commitment from Fitts came as a surprise to many since he had been a long-time USC pledge, and he showed no indication of rethinking his decision last week at the U.S. Army All-American Bowl.
But upon returning home and being informed that he wouldn't be able to enroll until June, Fitts decided to reopen his recruitment and in one day things have dramatically taken off.
Rivals.com rates the 6-foot-4, 260-pound prospect as the seventh-best strong-side defensive end and the No. 108 recruit in the 2013 class. He was limited during the Army game week with a wrist injury.
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