Spartanburg quarterback Raheim Jeter announced Saturday he is decommitting from West Virginia and will re-open his recruitment.
"I just felt like West Virginia wasn't really a home for me anymore, and I needed to open up my recruitment again and explore other options," Jeter told the Spartanburg Herald-Journal.
According to his recruiting profile on 247Sports, the three-star prospect for the Class of 2023 holds offers from five other Power Five schools including defending national champion Georgia, and Virginia Tech, Missouri and Kentucky.
When asked if Jeter was still considering those schools he said, "Oh yeah, definitely. Every school is in the mix."
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The 6-foot-3 220-pound Jeter is ranked by the 247Sports Composite as the 46th-best quarterback nationally.
Jeter originally announced his decision to commit to West Virginia on his birthday in December over his other top choice Kentucky.
Jeter threw for 2,979 yards and 27 touchdowns in 2021, leading the Vikings to a region crown and an appearance in the AAAAA Upper State championship game.
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