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Bingham quarterback Keaton Torre, one of Utah's top-rated recruits from the Class of 2016, announced his decommitment from the University of Louisville via Twitter on Wednesday afternoon.
"Me and my parents decided [Louisville] isn't the place for me anymore," Torre told The Salt Lake Tribune. "We've been talking about it for a while, I finally just decided to do it open [my recruitment] up, and see where it takes me."
Torre, who enrolled at Bingham after relocating from Oklahoma in mid-December, said he is strongly considering "both in-state schools, ASU, Stanford, Cal, Oklahoma State and Texas Tech" when asked what schools crept to the top of his list. When asked to clarify what local schools he was referring to, he said BYU, which is the only school on his preferred list that has currently offered a scholarship, and Utah. He also noted Tennessee has increased its effort in his recruitment.
"I want that family atmosphere. I want my parents to feel comfortable with me going to the university," Torre said when asked what he was looking for in a school. "And to have that, right when you meet, you have that feeling like this is the place. A great tradition and the alumni there have to be pretty strong. All of those come into play."
Torre said his relocation to the Beehive State influenced his decision to decommit.
"That definitely had a bit to do with it," Torre said. "Coming out here, I get to see a different perspective of the country, and I love it out here."
Torre threw for 1,527 yards with 10 touchdowns and seven interceptions in 2014 for Santa Fe High School in Edmond, Okla., according to MaxPreps. As a sophomore, the 6-foot-3 pro-style quarterback completed 104 of 161 pass attempts for 1,295 yards with nine touchdowns and six interceptions.