Now, many recruits do stick to their word when they commit to a school and fend off any other programs who come after them. However, decommitments happen in college football recruiting, and until a recruit signs his letter of intent, he's technically still up for grabs.
I mean that by commitments are non-binding and just verbal agreements between a player and program. The player doesn't sign anything and is still free to do what he wants as far as his recruitment goes.
College coaches at rival programs don't take no for answer, and they have to operate in such a manner to be great recruiters. So when you see a prospect commit to a school, do not think that he won't still be contacted by other coaches at other programs.
This read is going to look at a few 2014 prospects who are currently committed recruits, but who appear the most likely to back out of their commitment or "flip" at this point.