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Beau Corrales committed to Iowa quickly in September.

Two months later and with two other high-profile Texas prospects decommitting from the Hawkeyes (6-4, 4-3) in the last few weeks, the two-star wide receiver has opted out, too.

In a Twitter post Friday afternoon, the Georgetown, Texas, senior announced he was following Eno Benjamin and Chevin Calloway’s lead and leaving Iowa’s 2017 class.

“Iowa was my first (Power) 5 offer and I feel as if I chose them too quickly out of excitement, without giving myself time to truly think through such a big decision as this,” Corrales wrote.

“I just want the opportunity to explore all of the options out there for me before I make such a big decision.”

Corrales committed to Texas State over the summer and left the Bobcats a few days before making the trip north to Iowa City for an early September visit. He joined Iowa’s verbal commitment class days later.

Corrales is listed at 6-foot-4, 200 pounds and had over 1,000 yards receiving for Georgetown this season. He lone other Big Ten offer is currently from Indiana.

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