Michigan, James Franklin

Head coach James Franklin talks to a referee during the game against Michigan at Michigan Stadium on Saturday, Nov. 3, 2018. Michigan defeated Penn State 42-7.

Penn State’s recent recruiting skid is showing no signs of slowing down.

On Thursday, four-star cornerback Josh Moten became the latest recruit to decommit from the program, citing that he “pulled the trigger too fast” in his initial decision to commit to Penn State.

This is the third player that has decommitted from Penn State this week, as four-star offensive tackle Grant Toutant flipped to Ohio State on Sunday before four-star offensive lineman Aaryn Parks, who is Moten’s teammate at National Christian Academy in Maryland, opened up his recruitment on Wednesday.

Moten took to Twitter to announce the news.

The cornerback picked the Nittany Lions back in February, but is now expressing interest in Texas A&M, according to 247Sports. Penn State now has nine commits in its 2020 recruiting class, and the class is ranked No. 20 nationally.

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