I slept on it and talked to God, and I think it is the best decision for me to go to Ole Miss," commented the personable Dexter McCluster.
What was South Florida's reaction?
"I actually have not had a chance to talk to them because I am in Ocala playing in an All-Star game right now."
Why Ole Miss?
"I took a visit there, and the thing I liked about it there is that it is not all about football. I got there and they had my transcript and a professor waiting on me. We went over everything and mapped out a plan for me to get qualified. I want to major in Business and they have one of the top Business programs in the country. We went over everything that would be expected of me for my major. It all just fit. And besides, I love their coaches and they have top notch facilities."
Where will Ole Miss utilize Dexter next season?
"They plan to get me to the outside so they can utilize my speed. They want to put me in the slot, and I will actually be returning punts and kickoffs for them."
Will Dexter visit Florida and West Virginia in January?
"No, I am done. I am 100% sure of my decision. I know there are going to be a lot of people upset with my decision, but I have to do what is in the best interest for me, not them."
McCluster De-Commits, Commits to OleMiss
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