5th-ranked WR #JacobCopeland commits to #Florida, upset mom storms off, but then something special happens!! [vid]


National Signing Day is supposed to be an overwhelmingly joyous occasion for the parents of recruits. It’s the summation of a process years in the making and a guarantee that their son will play football and go to college for free.

Someone forgot to tell Jacob Copeland’s mother that.

Copeland, a four-star wide receiver, committed to Florida over Tennessee and Alabama on Wednesday in one of the more bizarre manners you’ll see. He was sitting at a table with multiple people around him, some of whom were wearing Alabama sweatshirts. The man directly behind him was wearing a Tennessee windbreaker hat and his mother, who was one of the people wearing an Alabama sweatshirt, also had a Tennessee beanie on. Notably, no one was wearing Florida gear.
When Copeland put on the Florida hat, his mom got up and left without saying a word. The ESPN announcing crew then put Copeland on the spot by asking him who the person who left is. Credit to Copeland for answering the question straightforwardly; he told them that it’s his mother and that he didn’t know why she left, but that he felt good about his decision.
No. 40 overall prospect Jacob Copeland breaks down his decision to commit to the University of Florida and why his mom walked out after the announcement.


The mother of prized football prospect Jacob Copeland eventually reunites with her son after storming out over her son’s choice to play for the Florida Gators. WATCH the TOUCHING reunion below… I guess in that short span of time she realized the error in her ways. No mother…a good mother that is wants to see their child in PAIN. Just imagine the RIDE home….


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