Three-star outside linebacker Jacarthy Mack of Lithonia (Ga.) Martin Luther King Jr. is now available.
Jacarthy Mack plans to take all five officials.
Mack told 247Sports on Saturday morning he no longer is committed to Louisville.
"I de-committed a couple hours ago," Mack said. "They said they understood the reason, and pretty much said they'd still be in contact. I just want to re-open my recruitment. I'm still considering them. I just want to make sure I'm not making the wrong decision. I want to re-evaluate things and see if I can find the right fit for me, where I can see myself at the next four years."
Asked if Louisville was still a factor, Mack replied, "Yes sir."
Who else is in the picture? That's where things get fuzzy.
"That's still up in the air," Mack said. "I'm getting calls, and I'm pretty much going to open it back up to anyone. I'm taking all five officials, but I'm not sure where I'm taking them yet. I just know I'm taking them in January. January will be a pretty busy month for me. Don't be surprised of what's to come."
Mack, who is 6-feet-3, 205 pounds, committed to Louisville in March. He visited the Cardinals on Sept. 2 for the Kentucky game.
"It had a good atmosphere and everything," Mack said.
Mack had 13 sacks as a senior.
He is the No. 72-ranked outside linebacker prospect in the 247Composite rankings.