Jermaine Eluemunor advises recruits against Arkansas after reaction to decommitment

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The four-star prospect's decision to flip from Arkansas to Texas A&M brought out the worst in some fans.

Blue chip junior college offensive tackle Jermaine Eluemunor announced Monday that he decided to flip his commitment from Arkansas to Texas A&M. This is the sort of thing that happens a bunch over the course of each recruiting cycle, and it can sometimes expose the uglier side of any given fan base.

Eluemunor flips to A&M: Aggies fans react Razorbacks fans react

Eluemunor apparently received plenty of negative tweets from Arkansas fans, which prompted him to tweet this out Monday evening:

Just as some kids inevitably will change their minds about their college intentions, people who take these developments personally always seem to emerge from the woodwork.

It wasn't long ago that Arkansas was on the other side of an Eluemunor flip -- he switched from UCLA to Arkansas after a visit with the Razorbacks in July. Eluemunor spent last weekend on a visit to A&M.

He is a consensus four-star prospect and the No. 7 overall junior college player in the 2014 class.

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