ESPN 100 point guard Payton Pritchard has decommitted from Oklahoma, he told ESPN.com.
Pritchard, a 6-foot-2 prospect from West Linn, Oregon, pledged to the Sooners in November.
"I just think it's a great fit," he said at the time. "It kind of just felt home. I loved the community there. I just felt really comfortable. The players were great. The coaches were just awesome."
Both Pritchard's parents went to Oklahoma, and his father, Terry, played tight end on the football team.
"He just wants to be 100 percent sure. He's a young kid, and we want him to [be] 100 percent comfortable," Terry Pritchard said of his son's decommitment. "He's been thinking about it for two or three weeks. And if he was going to do it, he should probably do it before the July period."
Ranked No. 53 in the ESPN 100 for the 2016 class, Pritchard is No. 11 among point guards in the country. He had an outstanding spring with Team Fast on the Adidas circuit, in which he ranked sixth in scoring (22.4) and seventh in assists (5.0).
Pritchard also impressed in June at the NBPA Top 100 Camp, where he finished as one of the top scorers.
Pritchard originally chose Lon Kruger's program over Wisconsin, Oregon, Gonzaga and Villanova.