Keelan Flowe, a senior defensive back at Chambers High School, made public his commitment to James Madison University on Saturday. This came just five days after he withdrew his commitment from West Virginia University.
According to the major recruiting agencies On3, 247Sports, Rivals, and ESPN, Flowe is regarded as a 3-star prospect.
He first made a commitment to West Virginia at a ceremony at Chambers in June.
Since he is going to attend college in Harrisonburg, he will once again be playing on the same team as Dontrae Henderson, a Chambers defensive back who committed to the Dukes at the June event.
Flowe has accumulated a total of 79 tackles, six interceptions, and 34 pass breakups in 18 games over the course of the last two seasons. Chambers has achieved a record of 17 wins and 7 losses in these past two seasons combined.
Flowe was a part of the 2021 4A runner-up team for Chambers.