Four-star wide receiver Eric Fuller is no longer committed to Nebraska.
Back in January, Los Angeles (Calif.) Hawkins four-star wide receiver Eric Fuller announced his commitment to Nebraska.
Fuller looked like another quality get from Cali for the Huskers, who have been recruiting the state well recently. Now, he’s no longer committed to Nebraska.
According to multiple reports, Fuller and the Huskers have officially “parted ways.”
There’s some ambiguity in that phrasing, as it isn’t clear if Nebraska encouraged Fuller to look around or the player himself decommitted.
— Matt Reynoldson (@Matt_Reynoldson) June 19, 2017
— Greg Biggins (@GregBiggins) June 19, 2017
While this news became official today, it appears to be something that Nebraska fans have been preparing themselves for.
Several of them on Twitter have indicated that they expected this outcome.
Known that for bout a month or two
— king 2k (@Freddyismybish) June 19, 2017
Not a shocker there…
— Michael Q (@mquigley1863) June 19, 2017
— Greg Smith (@GregESPN1480) June 19, 2017
Sad news, but this wasn't a surprise for the Huskers.
Best of luck to Eric Fuller and his future https://t.co/AUFEItqDNK
— HuskerRecruiting (@GBRrecruiting) June 19, 2017
Whatever the reason for Fuller’s situation, Nebraska still has four-star wide receivers Joshua Moore and Manuel Allen committed for 2018. They’re doing okay at that position.