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Top 2019 QB Recruit De-Commits, Names 3 New Contenders

A general view of Wake Forest's football field.

WINSTON SALEM, NC - SEPTEMBER 30: A general view of the Wake Forest Demon Deacons versus Florida State Seminoles at BB&T Field on September 30, 2017 in Winston Salem, North Carolina. (Photo by Streeter Lecka/Getty Images)

The 2019 recruiting class isn't believed to have a ton of talent at the quarterback position - some scouts are saying it's the worst group of QBs in years - but player who's rising in the eyes of many is Brendon Clark.

The pro-style quarterback is back on the market, too. He had been committed to Wake Forest for about a year, but he's decided to open up his recruitment.

Clark, a Virginia native, announced on Twitter that he's de-committing from the Demon Deacons program.

A couple of major programs are expressing serious interest in the 2019 prospect.

Clemson, Notre Dame and Tennessee have entered the picture.

"Brendon Clark had reopened his recruitment and has decommitted from Wake Forrest. Clark visited Clemson this past weekend and has trips planned for Notre Dame and Tennessee in the upcoming weeks. A planned decision will be made on July 4th," Clark's school announced.

Clark says he'll be making his decision on July 4. Outside of Clemson, Notre Dame and Tennessee, it doesn't look like there's a ton of time for new schools to enter the picture.

Stay tuned.