Three-star Miami Gulliver Prep safety Gabe Nealy has announced that he will be de-committing from Michigan State University.
Nealy made the announcement Monday night via Twitter:
“I would like to Thank Coach Tucker and the MSU coaching staff for giving me the opportunity to live out my dream of playing Division I football, but at this time I will be de-committing from Michigan State University. NO LOVE LOST. NO Interviews. Thank you.”
Nealy, listed at 6-foot-4, 175 pounds, had an impressive junior year, totaling four interceptions and three blocked kicks for the 10-1 Raiders. 247Sports Composite ranks him as the No. 75 safety in the 2021 class.
He committed to Michigan State back in April, joining three-star running back Davion Primm from Oak Park and three-star offensive tackle Ethan Boyd from East Lansing as the other prospects to commit to play for first-year head coach Mel Tucker at the time.
Although it’s unknown why Nealy has decommitted, his recent posts on Twitter began to hint his interest in other schools, including the hometown Miami Hurricanes.
Prior to his commitment, Nealy had Miami (FL), Louisville, Eastern Carolina, Nebraska, Cincinnati, and the Spartans as his top 6 destinations.