Published: Fri, February 09, 2018
World | By Camille Rivera

National Signing Day: Mom leaves after son chooses Florida

National Signing Day: Mom leaves after son chooses Florida

She donned an Alabama hoodie and a Tennessee hat to the ceremony because she so strongly wanted her son to pick the Tide or Tennessee.

As Copeland made his choice to play for the Gators, a look of disgust came over his mother's face, but it didn't stop there. Now I don't have over much as a day to decide on a school that'll change my future after football.

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The star wide receiver later took to Twitter to describe his mother's actions as "hilarious", although many questioned whether the incident was amusing or not.

After Copeland, a 4-star recruit from Pensacola, Florida, grabbed the Florida hat and placed it on his head, his mother, clad in an Alabama hoodie and a Tennessee beanie, walked off without comment. Copeland and Langham both selected Florida over Alabama, while Chatfield chose the Gators over Miami. After his decision, things got a bit awkward when mom got up during an ESPN interview and left the room. It was heartbreaking to watch her walk away as if he'd betrayed her.

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Frankly, this is just inexcusable from the mother.

Either way, you have our congrats, young man! His mother put him in a bad position on a day that should have been his moment.

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His mother returned later and gave him a hug.

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