Three-star wide receiver Emanuel Porter committed to the Texas Christian Horned Frogs back in August of 2012 after initially being offered by the Horned Frogs.
Back in June of 2013, the Texas Longhorns decided Porter was worth of an offer at their camp in the summer. Within a week, Porter had decommitted from TCU and pledged to attend Texas. He continued to look like a firm Texas commit, even attending the Red River Shootout when Texas upset the rival Oklahoma Sooners 36-20. He remained committed throughout the controversy surrounding head coach Mack Brown, during the search for Brown’s replacement and through the hire of Charlie Strong and his new staff.
At least until Thursday, that is.
Porter decommitted from Texas and switched his pledge back to TCU on Thursday afternoon.
Porter is considered a three-star recruit according to 24/7 Sports’ composite rankings.
The 6’5, 190 lb. Porter attends Dallas Lincoln High School and is considered the 73rd best wide receiver in the class of 2014.
Besides TCU and Texas, Porter was high on the LSU Tigers and UCLA Bruins.
According to The Dallas Morning News, Porter had 40 receptions for 651 yards and seven touchdowns last season.