A Redlands East Valley football star recently found himself in the middle of a college football firestorm.
Kylie Fitts, who finished his senior year of high school in December, caused waves in the recruiting world when he decommitted from USC after he was unable to enroll at the school early due to rules about early enrollees.
Fitts has said USC is still among his choices for college, but is now considering UCLA, Notre Dame and Utah.
Fitts, a 6-foot-5, 263-pound defensive lineman, was due to be one of five recruits allowed to enroll at the school in the spring to begin practicing with the football team. But when another top prospect committed to USC, Fitts was left without a spot.
The change came among a series of decomittments from USC, which struggled near the end of the season after being one of the top-ranked college football programs at the start of the year.
Players can officially commit to schools beginning Feb. 6