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Recruit's mom walks off stage after he chooses Florida on signing day

09 February 2018

Jacob Copeland's mother bolted from his National Signing Day decision Wednesday after he picked the University of Florida.

Addition by subtraction, Dan Mullen and the Gators managed to steal one of the state's top prospects from Alabama and Auburn on National Signing Day, earning a commitment from Lee High School four-star defensive end Malik Langham.

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The Escambia High wide receiver chose to commit to Florida, and his mom wasn't a fan of the decision.

The 6-foot, 190-pounder committed to the Gators over Alabama and Tennessee live on ESPN2, and his mother clearly wasn't happy.

As soon as he made the reveal, she got up and stormed off. "I can't go with my mom, I gotta go with my heart". However, it appeared as if his mother was not a fan of her son's decision. And from the way she reacted, that definitely seems to be the case. Seated to his right was his mother, who was wearing a Crimson Tide sweatshirt and a Volunteers hat.

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His mother returned later and gave him a hug.

Copeland is going to be one heck of a player, ranked the No. 69 player and 12th-best receiver in the class out of Pensacola, Fla., per 247Sports.

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Recruit's mom walks off stage after he chooses Florida on signing day