Another Texas recruit, Beau Corrales, decommits from Hawkeyes

Chris Cuellar

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 head coach Kirk Ferentz looks over at the Michigan team as the Hawkeyes warm up Saturday, Nov. 12, 2016, before their game at Kinnick Stadium in Iowa City.

“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.