The Washington Huskies have lost a commitment from a 2024 defensive lineman following Kalen DeBoer’s exit for the Alabama job. Keona Wilhite announced that he will look to play elsewhere.

“Please respect the Decision I have made, After much discussion and pray with my family I have decided to decommit from UW I want to thank the UW community for all the Love and Support! With that said I am officially reopening my recruitment,” Wilhite wrote in a social media post Sunday.

Wilhite is rated as a 3-star prospect for the 2024 class, per the 247Sports Composite ranking. Wilhite is rated as the No. 67 defensive lineman and the No. 13 player out of Arizona in the 2024 class. Wilhite committed to the Huskies in October and signed a National Letter of Intent in December.

The Wilhite news comes just a day after the Huskies lost another key piece of the 2024 class. Pass rusher Noah Carter requested to be released from his National Letter of Intent on Saturday following the DeBoer exit.

The Huskies will need to find a coach soon to stop the bleeding on the recruiting front.