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Indecisive recruit signed with three schools on National Signing Day

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"I used to be indecisive, but now I'm not so sure."

These may as well have been the words of Florida native D.J. Law who, it has emerged, signed letters of intent with three different school on National Signing Day yesterday. 

The three-star rated recruit's signature was announced by Ole Miss shortly after 8am on Wednesday. 

But just a few hours later Utah made an announcement that the player had chosen their school. 

And to make matters even more complicated, the 5' 11" running back/safety apparently also signed the necessary documents with East Mississippi Community College. 

The player himself selected a Utah cap during a televised signing ceremony filmed in his local Tampa ,but with none of the schools involved backing down, and taking to twitter to claim the player as their own, confusion now reins. 

After Auburn's faux pas regarding potential recruit Rashaan Evans', National Signing Day 2014 certainly provided some entertaining moments for college fans across the country. 

For Law though, it looks like his experience will be extended a little longer as he decides just where he wants to play his college football. 

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