Trotwood (Ohio) Trotwood-Madison three-star quarterback Dominick Britt is back on the market.
After making a commitment to Cincinnati early in the recruiting process, Britt has officially de-committed from Cincinnati, according to his coach Maurice Douglass.
"He is de-committing from UC," Douglass said. "He really felt uncomfortable with the situation at quarterback down there. With all the kids that they signed this year as well as bringing in the Notre Dame quarterback Demetrius Jones, he just felt that he needed to re-evaluate things and decided he is going to go in a different direction."
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Britt committed to the Bearcats early in the process, but when UC landed Notre Dame quarterback transfer Demetrius Jones they suddenly became deeper at the position and taking multiple quarterbacks wasn't as big of a priority.
UC already has a pledge from Brendon Kay, a two-star prospect from Marine City, Mich., and Travis Kelce, an in-state prospect plays quarterback in high school.
Douglass said other schools have acted quickly to get involved with Britt. Pittsburgh looks to be a very viable option, even though the Panthers picked up two quarterback commitments in the last week.
"He is going to take an official visit up to Pitt on Jan. 11 I think," Douglass said. "He talked to coach Dave Wannstedt, and he talked about how Pitt wants a mobile quarterback because they have never really had one and that they are tired of playing against them. It's not that they don't like the Bostic kid, but they feel that Dominick allows them to do some different things offensively."
There's a chance Britt could end up at smaller schools, too.
"He is also going to take some visits down to Hampton and probably Jackson State as well," Douglass said. "Those visits will all be in January. There really is not a time table for his decision, but I am sure he wants to take these visits first."