As a high school athlete looking to play at the next level you have the right to weigh your options, and choose which school you would like play for in your college career. Five-star quarterback Tate Martell went on Twitter to let everyone know that know that he was opening back up his options on the recruiting process.
After talking with my family about
what is best for my future, I have
decided to reopen my recruiting
— Tate Martell (@TheTateMartell) May 5, 2016
Apparently Aggie’s assistant coach Aaron Moorehead caught wind of the tweet, and went on a little bit of a rant of his own.
I love Texas A&M football. I guard it and respect it with my life. I don't take that lightly day to day
— Aaron Moorehead (@Amo8685) May 5, 2016
After those series of tweets a couple of other recruits decommitted afterwards.
— Mannie Netherly (@yovng_netherly) May 5, 2016
They say athletes should be careful what they tweet, and the same should apply for coaches. As coach Herman Edwards would say “Don’t Press Send.”