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4-star recruit Treyveon Longmire decommits from Kentucky

The in-state star from Corbin has reopened his recruitment.


Following a 9-3 regular season, the Kentucky Wildcats are looking to finish off what’s shaping up to be a great 2022 recruiting class.

Unfortunately, they’re losing one of their top recruits, as Treyveon Longmire has reopened his recruitment.

Longmire chose Kentucky in the spring over the likes of Louisville, West Virginia, Virginia, Virginia Tech, Mississippi State, Ole Miss, and Michigan. He also held a scholarship offer from Oklahoma.

According to Derek Terry of CatsPause, Longmire could take an official visit to Cincinnati next week, so it appears the Bearcats will be a player for the Bluegrass standout.

Classified as a 4-star athlete, the 6-foot-2, 175-pound Longmire is the second-best player in the state via 247 Sports. He’s also ranked 14th nationally among athlete recruits.

Longmire has played both ways for Corbin High School but projects to be a defensive back at the collegiate level. Hopefully, he will find success wherever he lands next.

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