ESPN's Roger Brown is reporting that Catholic Memorial quarterback A.J. Doyle decommitted from North Carolina State this morning.
Doyle committed to the Wolfpack last June, but as a linebacker.
"N.C. State is a great school with a great campus, great coaches and great academics, but I feel I can be a Division I quarterback at a high level," Doyle told Brown. "I've been playing quarterback in organized football since I was seven. I don't want to give up on it yet."
At the time of his commitment, he held offers from UMass and Western Michigan to play quarterback. But shortly after Doyle committed to the Wolfpack, the Broncos picked up a commitment from Homestead (Ind.) High quarterback Zach Terrell.