One of the nation's elite running back prospects is back on the market.
Blue Springs, Mo., running back Darrian Miller - a projected four-star prospect - committed to Kansas back on March 3 after earning offers from Iowa, Kansas State, Minnesota, Wisconsin and heavy interest from Arkansas, Illinois and others.
However, he announced on Tuesday that he's had a change of heart.
"I de-committed from Kansas," Miller told Rivals.com.
"Me and my mom were talking, and we weren't for sure about Kansas."
Miller said that since he's been committed that he isn't sure what schools are still interested, but he's hoping that it's not too late in the spring evaluation process to pick up more offers and attention.
"There are schools I'd like to hear from, but I'm basically open to whoever," Miller said.
"I'm interested for sure in the schools that have offered me, and I'm pretty open to anyone else. I'm kind of just looking for the right fit."
As a junior, Miller led Blue Springs to the Class 6A state championship game with 2,798 yards rushing and 37 touchdowns. He also had almost 400 yards in receiving.