Noah Daniels has opened up his recruiting process.
On Sunday, the Clear Creek (League City, TX) athlete announced a decommitment from Baylor.
The Bears are now left with one commitment for the 2017 class in Stafford (Stafford, TX) athlete Jalen Pitre.
Since originally committing to Baylor on July 20, prior to landing a scholarship offer five days earlier, Daniels received offers from both Oklahoma State and Louisiana-Monroe on Oct. 12, TCU on Oct. 19, and most recently Missouri this past Thanksgiving Day.
The senior prospect currently holds 25 offers with upcoming official visits to Oklahoma on Dec. 2 and Utah on Jan. 13.
Daniels projects at cornerback at the college level while possessing a background as a running back, slot receiver, wide receiver and zone read/option quarterback.
His measurables are listed at 6’1″, 190 pounds with a 4.30 second 40-yard dash, a 36″ vertical, a 300 pound bench press and 19 bench reps at 185 pounds.
These dynamic traits will be an ideal fit on special teams as well for any program.
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— Noah Daniels ❄️ (@NoahDB21) November 27, 2016