Miami is down to two early commitments in its 2026 recruiting class.

Ksani Jiles, a California native playing at the IMG Academy in Bradenton, Florida, committed to the Hurricanes back in May. The cornerback prospect took to social media on Wednesday to say he feels he committed too early in the process and is backing off his pledge to UM, reopening his recruitment.

“I would like to announce that I will be decommiting from The University of Miami and Reopening my recruitment,” Jiles wrote. “I have a lot of love for University of Miami and coaching staff but after talking to my family I have decided to open up my recruitment. This was a hard decision to make and Miami is still one of my top schools but I feel it’s best to commit my senior year to a school.”

Jiles is listed as measuring over 5-11 and 175 pounds. He currently has scholarship offers from 18 programs, including Colorado, FIU, Missouri, Oklahoma, Florida, LSU, Ole Miss, Texas A&M and USC.

We’ll see how he feels in his senior year about potentially playing in Coral Gables. For now, Mario Cristobal’s staff has two pledges in the Class of 2026, which is over 22 months from being able to sign with a school.