NORMAN, OK – SEPTEMBER 08: A member of the Oklahoma Sooners spirit squad celebrates a touchdown against the UCLA Bruins at Gaylord Family Oklahoma Memorial Stadium on September 8, 2018 in Norman, Oklahoma. The Sooners defeated the Bruins 49-21. (Photo by Brett Deering/Getty Images)Oklahoma already has one of the best recruiting classes in the country for 2020, but it’ll take quite the hit after this recent development. Four-star cornerback Darion Green-Warren will decommit from the Sooners and look for another opportunity.Green-Warren is the No. 10 recruit at his respective position, per 247Sports. His ability on the field clearly caught the attention of top programs around the country.The Mater Dei product has the size and speed to excel at the college ranks. Unfortunately for the Sooners, Green-Warren won’t be representing the program any longer.In a heartfelt message on social media, the California native announced his decision to decommit from Oklahoma.“I would like to thank coach Riley for giving me the opportunity and believing in me. With that being said I’ve decided to decommit from the University of Oklahoma and reopen my recruitment,” Green-Warren said.Here is the full statement from Twitter:Philippians 4:6-7 🙏🏾 pic.twitter.com/yrhUjkok1w— Darion Green-Warren (@gogettadarion) March 8, 2019Now that Green-Warren is back on the market, programs around the country will have another chance to recruit him. Michigan, Texas Tech and Colorado all have interest in the four-star recruit.With Green-Warren out of the picture in Norman, five-star tailback Jase McClellan and four-star athlete Drew Sanders headline the 2020 class.The Sooners still have a plethora of incoming talent, and Lincoln Riley will most likely add even more. Besides, high school recruits will want to play for a perennial contender.