Is it “Robbin’ Season” in Miami? Because not only did the Hurricanes football program just finessed Four-Star Saftey Keontra Smith’s commitment from Kentucky but now they have eyes on Quashon Fuller, who has been mainly committed to Florida State for more than a year. According to Miami DieHards, the Lehigh Acres, Florida defensive end made a recent visit to the U in March and liked what he saw. Dude was even able to put the entire uniform on and even tweeted it that same day.
Although his visit to Coral Gables was in March, Fuller has opened up about what he liked about it. He specifically spoke very well about the team's drive and communication among coaches and players, according to Wilson's writing.
Miami has worked diligently to recruit Fuller for over a year and with three starters already moving on to play professionally, the U can reload with a four-star recruit like Quashon if he decommits from FSU. The report states that he's had some hesitations about his commitment while still knowing that it's the place he wants to go to, mainly because he feels he's not wanted by the Seminoles like he was in the past. Quashon Fuller still remains committed to the Quashon Fuller still remains committed to the Florida State Seminoles for now, but now that he's been to a spring practice with the Hurricanes and will also attend camp in July, there's still a chance Fuller could be wearing the orange and green. Though he only played three games during the 2017 season, which dropped his rate in tackles from a whopping 41 in 2016 to 15, he still shows promise entering his senior year in Fall 2018.