Florida State Football: Dante Fowler Jr. Wavering on His Commitment ?

Isaiah ClarkCorrespondent IOctober 24, 2011

When a team struggles like the Seminoles have thus far this season you start to wonder if most recruits will stay true to their commitment.

Five-star defensive end Mario Edwards has been talked about a lot about decommitting, but five-star defensive end Dante Fowler Jr. has the Seminole nation a bit confused. The reasoning is simply because he is taking all five of his official visits.

"I am still 100 percent committed," Fowler said."I just want to have fun. I have an opportunity to take these visits and I am just going to take them. I also want to make sure I am making the right decision."

Even though he states that he is 100 percent firm in his commitment, some may begin to question that—especially when he mentions he wants to make sure he is making the right decision. 

If you are 100 percent to a school, doesn't that mean you already made the decision you feel is the right one?

Apparently not in this case. Too me if you are willing to take your visits albeit "for fun," then you aren't completely sold on your original commitment. Rightfully so though with the way the Seminoles have disappointed themselves, their fans and their commits.

Most projected them to reach the ACC Championship Game, with them winning it in majority of the polls. Now it all was a far-fetched opinion as there will be no guarantee they win all their remaining games.

So can some of their recruits be rethinking their decision like Fowler seems he may be? I think the consensus answer is yes. If the Seminoles not only want to save their already disappointing season and their recruits, they will almost certainly need to run the table. They can ill afford to lose any of their recruits, especially the likes of Mario Edwards and Dante Fowler Jr.