When Jarion Henry was not listed on the New Mexico roster at the start of the school year, rumors started swirling about his status as a Lobo.
It was then announced that he would reclassify to the class of 2012 and enrol at La Jolla Prep (Calif.), a new prep school started by former Westwind Prep (Ariz.) head man Gary Trousdale.
On Thursday night, the final step of the mystery was completed. Josh Gershon of Scout.com reported that Henry had reopened his recruitment and was no longer committed to New Mexico.
A source confirmed the news to CBSSports.com.
Henry, a 6-foot-8 small forward from Texas, originally chose New Mexico in April over a slew of high-major schools, including USC, Marquette, Oregon, Georgetown and many others.
He was ranked No. 92 in the class of 2011.
Photo: Dallas Morning News