MIAMI, FL – SEPTEMBER 13: Miami Hurricanes fans look on during a game against the Arkansas State Red Wolves at Sunlife Stadium on September 13, 2014 in Miami, Florida. (Photo by Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images)Class of 2020 athlete Ladarius Tennison had plenty of offers from across the country, but ultimately decided to give his commitment to the Miami Hurricanes. But it looks like Tennison might not be joining the ACC giants after all.Taking to Twitter on Monday, Tennison revealed that he had decommited from Miami and was reopening his recruiting process. He asked in his announcement that his decision be respected, and has already received support from fans.247Sports rates Tennison as a three-star prospect and the No. 469 recruit in the country. He is considered the No. 39 athlete in the country, and the No. 72 prospect from the state of Florida.Tennison made his commitment to Miami back in February, but still appeared to be making visits to other schools. He reportedly made an unofficial visit to Auburn several weeks after giving Miami his commitment.Support My Decision ‼️‼️ Thanking The Miami Family ✋🏾🤚🏾 And The Lord ‼️ pic.twitter.com/lJQdMJu4Cy— Ladarius S. Tennison (@almighty__Tenn5) April 8, 2019Tennison also continued to receive offers from schools after giving his commitment.He still has outstanding offers from such top schools as Michigan, Clemson, Florida State and Auburn among others.As for Miami’s 2020 recruiting efforts, losing Tennison is a blow, but the team is still on pace for one of the best recruiting classes in years.247Sports currently ranks Miami as the No. 4 recruiting class in the country, and the No. 2 class in the ACC.