first_imgA general view of Missouri's football field.COLUMBIA , MO – SEPTEMBER 5: A general view of at Memorial Stadium during a game between the Southeast Missouri State Redhawks and Missouri Tigers in the third quarter on September 5, 2015 in Columbia, Missouri. (Photo by Ed Zurga/Getty Images)A wide receiver recruit announced his decommitment from Missouri on Wednesday morning. Charles Njoku, the younger brother of Cleveland Browns star David Njoku, revealed his re-opening his recruitment.Njoku committed to the Tigers in late July, but appears to have changed his mind. The three-star wide receiver recruit form New Jersey committed to Missouri over offers from Purdue, Rutgers and Syracuse.Miami is seen as the leader in the clubhouse to land Njoku – though he’s yet to receive an offer from Mark Richt. He’d be living in his brother’s footsteps after David Njoku starred for the Hurricanes before heading to the NFL.“After a long talk with my family I have come to a decision to de-commit from the University of Missouri. There’s not love lost from the university of Missouri. Please respect my decision,” Njoku wrote on Twitter.pic.twitter.com/wvZyJOHIYf— CΗλΓLΣS ΝJΘΚU (@Charles_Njoku3) November 21, 2018Njoku is the No. 75 WR recruit in the nation, though a few recruiting experts think he might switch to tight end – again following in the footsteps of his brother.Stay tuned.last_img read more