Four-star California wideout drops Nebraska commitment

A day after Nebraska landed a commitment from a four-star receiver, it lost one.

According to multiple reports, four-star receiver Eric Fuller dropped his commitment from the Huskers:

Fuller committed to Nebraska back in January, and was one of the first members to join the Huskers’ 2018 class. It’s unknown if his de-commitment had anything to do with the fact that Joshua Moore’s commitment gave the Huskers three four-star receivers.

The Hawkins (Los Angeles) recruit is the No. 40 receiver and the No. 200 player overall in the 2018 class. He has offers from Michigan, Oklahoma, UCLA, USC and others.

Without Fuller, Nebraska has the No. 14 class in the 247sports rankings.

Nebraska is set for an important weekend of unofficial visitors, which include five-star defensive end and former Penn State pledge Micah Parsons.

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