Warchant - UPDATE: FSU loses three 4-star commits amid Fisher uncertainty
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UPDATE: FSU loses three 4-star commits amid Fisher uncertainty

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Uncertainty surrounding Jimbo Fisher's future at Florida State continues to take its toll on the Seminoles' recruiting efforts as two elite defensive backs and a four-star offensive lineman announced Wednesday night that they are no longer committed to the Seminoles.

First, four-star safety Houston Griffith announced on Twitter that he was reopening his commitment. Then, four-star safety Israel Mukuamu announced he was doing the same. While Griffith did not list a reason for his decision, Mukuamu said it was a direct result of the "uncertainties about the future of the coaching staff."

Later Wednesday, four-star OL commit Verdis Brown also announced he was decommitting.

These decommitments come just days after elite 2019 offensive lineman Wanya Morris announced he was backing out of his pledge to the Seminoles.

FSU is awaiting word from Fisher on whether he is going to accept an offer to become head coach at Texas A&M. That offer is expected to become official following a Board of Regents meeting on Thursday.

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