Hard hard choices! My nephew is a blue chip recruit at Navy, still loves the school, feels like he probably still wants to be at Navy, but is reconsidering his commitment to play varsity sports there. He knows that the responsible course of action is to think this through in a timely fashion and communicate with the Navy coach. He worries that the coach will be upset with him, particularly since he is a blue chip recruit and already has a Letter of Assurance. He KNOWS that the LOA is very special and he is lucky to have it. Does anybody have any advice? If the coach were really angry, could he somehow revoke the LOA? My nephew still isn't sure he really IS reconsidering - that is the kid in him -- but he has been raised to be honest and if he decides he can no longer keep his verbal commitment, then he will communicate this to the Navy coach and whatever happens, happens. I just want to help him have a more full picture of what the possible consequences are. We've never been on this forum before but I've been told that lots of experienced, helpful folks of all ages will reach out if we ask for guidance!