Four-star receiver parts ways with Miami, talks what may be next
Miami and four-star wide receiver Brieon Fuller parted ways on Monday afternoon, putting to end a some speculation about the in-state prospect's future as a UM commit. As most broken commitments do these days, the decision became public in the form of a tweet.
Fuller, who had been committed to the Hurricanes since May of last year, spoke to rivals.com briefly following the announcement and provided a list of schools that he’ll consider going forward. The four-star receiver is open to all programs going forward, but already says a few schools stand out from the pack.
“Syracuse, Louisville, Kentucky and Utah State,” Fuller said via text when asked which schools will now get consideration.
Fuller, who attends South Florida’s Doral Academy, is ranked as the No. 35 wide receiver and the No. 235 overall prospect in the class of 2019.