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3-Star Wideout Geordon Porter Decommits From Notre Dame

A general view of Notre Dame's football field.

SOUTH BEND, IN - SEPTEMBER 16: A general view is seen as the Michigan Wolverines run an offensive play against the defense of the Notre Dame Fighting Irish September 16, 2006 at Notre Dame Stadium in South Bend, Indiana. (Photo by Chris Chambers/Getty Images)

Geordon Porter has decommitted from Notre Dame.

3-star wide receiver Gordon Porter announced his decommitment from Notre Dame on Saturday afternoon via Twitter.

"I would like to thank Brian Kelly, Brian Polian, Del Alexander and so many others who have been supportive to me and my family," Porter wrote. "I would also like to thank the Notre Dame coaching staff and University for offering me a full scholarship in return to play football for the fighting Irish. The Notre Dame coaches have been nothing less than first class. Yet with the many recent changes within college football, I have decided to decommit and re-open my recruitment to other college football programs.I feel it is within my best interest to make sure I am making the right decision as it relatesto my future for the next 4 years."

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Porter, the No. 78 ranked wide receiver in the nation, per 247 Sports, committed to the Fighting Irish on Nov. 1.

The wide receiver is also being targeted by Arizona State, Utah, Georgia, Alabama, Duke and UCLA—among others.