4-star RB decommits from USC, Clemson in final group


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Mychale Salahuddin - Running Back
TigerNet: (4.67)

Height: 5-10   Weight: 193   Hometown: Washington, DC (Woodson H.D. HS)   Class: 2018
ESPN:
#33 RB, #9 DC
Rivals:
#127 Overall, #5 RB, #1 DC
24/7:
#146 Overall, #4 APB, #1 DC
Salahuddin at the 2017 Dabo Swinney Football camp
Salahuddin at the 2017 Dabo Swinney Football camp

4-star 2018 all-purpose running back Mychale Salahuddin from Washington D.C. has decommitted from USC on Sunday according to his Twitter account.

"Late night thoughts, up thinking and dwelling about this God gifted opportunity I have in front of me, Salahuddin posted. The Trojan family has taken me in with welcomed arms since the moment I've received my offer from the Univ. Committing to USC was one of the biggest decisions made in my life. Over the last couple of months I've truly realized how important this decision is for my City, my family and my life after football. The thought of being a Trojan is something I'm truly interested in, but it must be decided with a little more time and consideration! Would like to reopen my recruitment and invest my time in these last moments before signing day in my top five schools."

His top five schools listed were USC, Clemson, Maryland, Pittsburgh, and North Carolina. He is currently on a visit at Maryland.

In 2017, he averaged over 10 yards per carry with 12 touchdowns including a kickoff return for a score.

As a junior, he rushed for over 1100 yards, 10 rushing touchdowns with two interceptions and 35 tackles.

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