Calloway officially decommits
After visiting several other schools this fall, four-star cornerback Chevin Calloway has now officially decommitted from the Iowa Hawkeyes. Bishop Dunne head coach Michael Johnson confirmed the news to HawkeyeReport.com this afternoon.
"Yes, he has decommitted," Johnson said of Calloway, a 5-foot-10, 180-pound corner.
Originally, Calloway verbally committed to Iowa in July, but by September had decided to take other visits, including a stop at Texas the opening week of the season. Since then, he has also been to Nebraska and will be visiting Arkansas this weekend. Current plans also include trips to Ole Miss and Colorado later this year.
An Under Armour All-American, Calloway is currently ranked as the No. 86 prospect in the nation by Rivals.com. During the recruiting process, he has drawn scholarship offers from the likes of Alabama, Arizona State, Arkansas, Auburn, Baylor, California, Colorado, Duke, Illinois, LSU, Miami, Michigan, Mississippi, Mississippi State, Missouri, Nebraska, Notre Dame, Ohio State, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Oregon State, Texas, Texas A&M, Tech Tech, TCU, UCLA, and Wisconsin, among others.