AUBURN, Ala. — Auburn's 2015 recruiting class is down a member after Ben Edwards had a change of heart on Sunday.
A four-star safety from Jacksonville, Fla., Edwards announced his decommitment from the Tigers on his personal Twitter account.
"I am decommitting from Auburn," he tweeted. "I have to do what's best for me. Auburn I thank y'all for everything but I have to move on."
This is the second time Edwards has changed his mind during his recruitment. He had originally committed to Ohio State in February before flipping to Auburn after attending the A-Day game in April. It is unclear what Edwards plan to do now, but he recently told Rivals.com that Stanford had caught his eye due to the school's sterling academic reputation.
The Tigers are still heavily recruiting Jeffrey Holland, a highly-regarded four-star linebacker who plays alongside Edwards at Trinity Christian Academy in Jacksonville.
Though Edwards is no longer committed, Auburn still has 18 pledges for the 2015 cycle, including three defensive backs in Tony Bridges, Jordan Colbert and Chris Westry.