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Kendrick Nunn decommits from Texas A&M

Posted on: September 28, 2011 11:59 pm

By Jeff Borzello

In early August, new Texas A&M head coach Billy Kennedy dipped into Chicago and grabbed No. 31-ranked junior Kendrick Nunn out of Simeon (Ill.).

Now, Kennedy has to get back to work on recruiting Nunn, as the 6-foot-1 point guard decommitted from the Aggies on Wednesday night.

“As of today, I will be opening my recruiting process,” Nunn said on Twitter. “I feel I rushed my decision, and I still have 2 years left to make the right 1.”

Nunn is a big-time offensive player who uses his strength and athleticism to finish at the rim with consistency. The lefty can pull-up in the mid-range and knock down jumpers and has good range from behind the 3-point line.

He held offers from Providence, Memphis, Florida State, Ohio, Saint Louis, Arizona, Illinois and DePaul prior to making his original commitment.

“There is no dislike to Texas A&M or basketball staff,” Nunn tweeted, “this was just a decision that I trust felt is best for me at the time.”

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