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Yesterday, the NCAA agreed to re-open the appeal case of LSU cornerback Kristian Fulton based upon “new information.” Fulton, a junior corner and one time top prospect in 2016 class, was suspended for two seasons for allegedly “tampering” with a drug testing sample, which seemed a little excessive.

Fulton’s two-year suspension was for “violating the NCAA Drug-Testing protocol” in January 2017. Because of this, Fulton missed the entire 2017 season and will miss the 2018 season if the ruling stands.

Fulton tweeted “Blessed!!” yesterday confirming the case was being re-opened.

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