If at first you don’t succeed in finding the right fit of a college football program, try and try again.
Former West Virginia commit four-star cornerback Cameron Calhoun in the 2023 class, who recently also decommitted from Cincinnati, has now decided Michigan is the best place for him to continue his career. Calhoun tweeted an image of himself wearing Michigan‘s uniform with the “Big House” Michigan Stadium in the background Saturday night to confirm the news.
— Cameron Calhoun (@Camcalhoun01) November 27, 2022
The Cincinnati, Ohio native out of Winston Woods High School re-opened his recruitment two weeks ago when he pulled his commitment to his hometown Bearcats. He tweeted a letter to explain his change of mind at the time. Calhoun committed to Cincinnati, his home program, soon after decommitting from WVU at the end of May. He offered much less detail to explain back then. A “I had to get out of Hollywood” caption with Bearcat foot prints and a video of the Cincinnati logo was all Calhoun provided at the time.
As for his latest message, Calhoun tweeted “home town hero out” with his letter. “The decision was hard to make, but after long thought and consideration, I will be decommitting from the University of Cincinnati,” Calhoun said in the middle of his letter to make his choice clear.
Calhoun is listed at 6’2 and 175 pounds. He’s received offers from Akron, Ball State, Boston College, Bowling Green, Central Michigan, Duke, Eastern Michigan, Florida A&M, Georgia Tech, Howard, Jackson State, Kentucky, Marshall, Miami (OH), Ohio, Pitt, Purdue, Rutgers, Toledo and Vanderbilt. When he was committed to WVU, defensive coaches Jordan Lesley and ShaDon Brown led in the recruitment of Calhoun.