uncommitted

adjective
un·com·mit·ted | \ ˌən-kə-ˈmi-təd \

Definition of uncommitted 

: not committed specifically : not pledged to a particular belief, allegiance, or program uncommitted voters

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But there is still tons of uncommitted talent left in the state, in particularly right here in the Metroplex. William Wilkerson, star-telegram, "These are the Top 11 uncommitted DFW football recruits in 2019," 9 July 2018 Romeo Langford, the top uncommitted 2018 recruit in the country, has listed Kansas as one of the remaining three schools in contention for his services, with Indiana and Vanderbilt being the other two. Special To The Oregonian, OregonLive.com, "Nike Hoop Summit, U.S. Team notebook: Darius Bazley to the G-League, Bol Bol in action," 13 Apr. 2018 Arizona is still in the race to land top uncommitted 2018 point guard and four-star prospect, Brandon Williams. Justin Spears, azcentral, "Former commit Brandon Williams lists Arizona Wildcats in final three schools," 17 Apr. 2018 LeBron James, however, remains uncommitted to a team at this point, though buzz for him joining the Los Angeles Lakers reached a fever pitch with a local news helicopter capturing his arrival in L.A. alone. The Heat Index, azcentral, "Paul George gets the NBA free-agency party started," 1 July 2018 The top player in the state, Central-Phenix City WR Justyn Ross (above), remains uncommitted and is expected to take his decision down to Signing Day. 19. AL.com, "Who are Alabama's best available recruits as NSD approaches?," 16 Jan. 2018 Here is a look at the Top 11 uncommitted prospects from DFW for 2019: 1. William Wilkerson, star-telegram, "These are the Top 11 uncommitted DFW football recruits in 2019," 9 July 2018 The only uncommitted prospect in the top five is Christian Academy wide receiver Milton Wright, a priority for Louisville. Jake Lourim, The Courier-Journal, "Louisville football's 2019 recruiting class is off to a slow start," 24 May 2018 Another late push is still possible, especially with six months left until the early signing period and more than half of the state's top-100 players still uncommitted. Jordan Mcpherson, miamiherald, "Florida recruiting battles this year could be 'fascinating.' Here's where things stand," 25 June 2018

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15th century, in the meaning defined above

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uncommitted

adjective

English Language Learners Definition of uncommitted

: not yet supporting a particular person, belief, etc. : not committed

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