Jacob Copeland, a four-star wide receiver from Pensacola, Fla., had three hats on the table for his National Signing Day decision -Alabama, Florida and Tennessee. He had spent weeks making sure this was the right decision for him and it's been an emotional time for the top-100 recruit, but he announced he'd be playing for Dan Mullen and the Florida Gators.
Yet, when Copeland picked up the Florida hat to make his decision, she got up and walked out of frame in disappointment. Still, you can't deny the fact she was bitter after the initial choice was made. Perhaps tipping her preferences just a little, his mother was sitting next to him wearing a Tennessee hat and an Alabama sweatshirt. His exact line to ESPN was: "I can't go with my mom".
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But then his mother returned to the scene, and wrapped her arms her around her son, providing somewhat of a resolution to a most non-traditional signing day experience.
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Copeland made a verbal commitment to Florida last summer, but chose to open up his recruitment after the school fired Jim McElwain.
But she came back to show her support. He's the No. 12 WR in the 2018 class and the No. 69 player overall. After her son committed to Florida, she got up and stormed off.
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