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Brieon Fuller sticking with commitment from last night

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Following his team's spring game last night at Doral Academy, 2019 WR Brieon Fuller tweeted out his commitment to Miami. That was before he announced this morning that he was decommitting less than 10 hours after his original pledge. This morning however, Fuller texted CanesInSight that after sitting down with his coaches, he will be sticking with his commitment from last night.

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Canefam

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Following his team's spring game last night at Doral Academy, 2019 WR Brieon Fuller tweeted out his commitment to Miami. That was before he announced this morning that he was decommitting less than 10 hours after his original pledge. This morning however, Fuller texted CanesInSight that after sitting down with his coaches, he will be sticking with his commitment from last night.
Wow. What a roller coaster. I'm not sure this story is over with.
 

AllbouttheU

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his mommy didn't want him at Miami so he sits down with his coaches and decides to recommit? Ridiculous.
 

Peter Ariz

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My prediction is that when it's all said and done, you guys will forget about this drama. He will be a solid commit.
 

TheSwagger1

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Ah, south Florida. The only place on Earth where parents want their kids to get way the **** away from them.

Hope he ends up here.
 

dfagundo

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If he's in the class, great. If he isn't in the class, great.

Not going to lose any sleep over this kid's recruitment now that we have competent coaches at the helm. I'm sure Marky Mark and the boys have a plan 1a, 1b, 1c in case Mom decides to get in the way again.

Either way, we rollin. We were due for a commit, now let's get another '18 on board
 

Hurracanes

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Ah, south Florida. The only place on Earth where parents want their kids to get way the **** away from them.

Hope he ends up here.

Are you from Miami? If my kids were from certain areas or hangining out with certain crowds I'd want them to leave town too. It really isn't an insane concept. I've seen and heard it many times.

Hopefully, mom realizes that once he gets to Coral Gables all those distractions should go away. CMR will be someone that will take good care of her child.
 

OriginalCanesCanesCanes

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How old is he?

14? 15? 16?

Let that sink in before any body gets in their feelings about him changing his mind.

That's why I can't get too excited about commitments from kids, yes, literally kids, that are 2 years out. Young skulls full of mush with undeveloped brains.

I'm glad we're getting these commitments for down the road, but 2 years is a long time, especially with kids not far removed from being pre-teens.
 

Fightinibis

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Guess I'll never understand that....just wait?! No pressure....do it when you believe you can justify the commit for at least 72 hours..lol.

Glad to have the kid on board though, maybe Paradise will lock him in...

UM
 

407cane

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Lol let's just open this thread in a year and a half and be done with it

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kutz

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Ah, south Florida. The only place on Earth where parents want their kids to get way the **** away from them.

Hope he ends up here.

Are you from Miami? If my kids were from certain areas or hangining out with certain crowds I'd want them to leave town too. It really isn't an insane concept. I've seen and heard it many times.

Hopefully, mom realizes that once he gets to Coral Gables all those distractions should go away. CMR will be someone that will take good care of her child.

Yea but look at the kids who go away, ALOT of them can't handle being on their own. Some kids just find trouble regardless just look at Callaway. He gave UF a nice black eye being the best player on their team and effin up.
 
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