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Only A.J. Legree Days Until USF Football

After a year on the bench, this SEC transfer is ready to show what he can do.

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#6 WR A.J. Legree
Redshirt Junior, 6'1", 194 lbs.

Stats in 2014: Legree redshirted last season, as he was ineligible after transferring from Kentucky. In 2013, he caught seven passes for 97 yards for the Wildcats.

Spot on Fall Camp Depth Chart: Second string at the Z receiver behind Rodney Adams. Adams is also listed as the starter in the slot, so Legree will likely see a lot of time at flanker.

How He Came to USF: A.J. went to Fort White High School in Florida, where he attracted a decent list of offers including Kentucky, USF, Miami and Iowa State. He committed to the Wildcats and played as a true freshman in 2012, catching 12 passes for 113 yards. His playing time diminished the next season as UK brought in a slew of talented youngsters, and after a small dip in production in 2013 he transferred to USF over the summer.

Recruiting Rankings: Legree was a consensus mid-level three-star recruit.

Projected Playing Time: If you were to make a non-position-specific pecking order for USF's receivers (which would be pretty pointless, given the different positions, but here I am doing it!), Legree would probably be the third option behind Rodney Adams and Ryeshene Bronson. He doesn't have Adams' speed or Bronson's size, but he's got generally reliable hands, and can navigate the middle of the field and block well. Younger receivers like Tyre McCants, Jordan Reed and Chris Barr may have gained a little ground on him in fall practice, but A.J.'s still going to be an important part of the receiver rotation, and has a decent shot at putting up the best stats of his career.