Hallandale running back Zack Moss announced on Tuesday night that he would decommit from the Miami Hurricanes.
"After talking it over with my family, WE think it's the best thing for me to De-Commit from The University of Miami," Moss said in a note on his phone posted on Twitter. "WE love The University of Miami and it is still in top consideration but think it's best for me to explore my options.
"I want to say thank you to the great coaching staff at Miami for giving me the opportunity to be a CANE. MIAMI IS STILL AN OPTION."
It's still ALL LOVE 💯 pic.twitter.com/Wy7bpZ0t2i— ZMIV (@D1_Zeezy) November 11, 2015
Moss, a three-star recruit and No. 10-ranked senior in Broward County in the Herald's preseason Top 50, becomes the fourth prospect to decommit from Miami's 2016 recruiting class since the firing of Al Golden and third since Friday.
Columbus defensive end Josh Uche announced his decommitment on Sunday and Izon Pulley, a defensive end out of Good Counsel in Olney, Maryland, backed off his commitment on Friday.
Golden was fired two weeks from this past Sunday, and for a while UM's senior recruiting class was remaining intact after Wellington wide receiver Ahmmon Richards went back on his UM commitment the same night of the Golden firing.
At one point UM had four running back commits in its senior class but Moss now joins Coral Gables' Amir Rasul and Pahokee's McArthur Burnett as backs to decommit, although Burnett probably wouldn't have played running back at Miami.
The remaining running back committed to UM is West Palm Beach Oxbridge Academy's Travis Homer.
UM offered South Dade running back and FIU commit Jawon Hamilton Wednesday morning. Hamilton has also been recently offered by Kansas and Temple.
Moss told the Herald in the immediate aftermath of the firing that the change didn't affect his commitment.
"I didn't commit to the coaches," he said then.
More recently, Moss told Herald correspondent Mark Singer at Friday's Hallandale win over Monarch that he was a strong commit to the Hurricanes and added that interim coach Larry Scott is a "cool dude."
In that report, Singer notes that Moss said the only school that could flip him would be Utah. The Utes, who have offered Moss, already have a pair of senior Hallandale commits in quarterback Tyler Huntley and wide receiver Demari Simpkins.
Moss spoke with the Herald shortly after receiving that Utah offer in this video interview below.
That same night Huntley said he would try to convince Moss to hop on board with he and Simpkins but only after the season as the Chargers (8-2) are focused on making a run at a state championship in Class 5A.