3-star RB Cole Mueller decommits from KU football
Cole Mueller, a three-star running back from Missouri, announced via Twitter that he would be decomitting from the University of Kansas. Mueller is the third player to decommit from KU in this year-long recruiting cycle, though all three players who did so were originally recruited to KU by former coach David Beaty and the other two — Clay Cundiff and Lance Legendre — decommitted before the current regime took office.
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KU football picks up commitment from prep D-lineman Da'Jon Terry | KUsports.com
On the same night that the Kansas football program lost a commitment from a Class of 2019 running back it gained one from a defensive lineman.
Class of 2019 RB Cole Mueller decommits from KU football | KUsports.com
Cole Mueller, the prospect who had been tied to KU the longest, unattached himself Monday night, less than 48 hours away from the beginning of college football’s early signing period.
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