Three-star athlete Bruce Judson Jr. has announced his decommitment from USF today on Twitter, in a move that isn’t shocking at all.
“I will not be taking my official visit to USF this weekend and will be decommitting from USF,” Judson said. “For they can go out and look for other top prospects to build their 2017 recruiting class around and finish it strong and build something special at that fine university.”
Judson was part of a trio in WR Demetri Burch and Emare Hogan that committed to the Bulls in a live video stream over the summer. None are still committed to the Bulls as of now.
Head coach Willie Taggart is at Oregon now, and Judson was one of the first guys Taggart spoke with when he took the Oregon job:
Taggart also offered Judson a scholarship the night USF hired new head coach Charlie Strong.
This marks the sixth decommitment since the coaching change. Coach Strong has his hands full getting a respectable 2017 class together with National Signing Day exactly one week away.
Good luck wherever you go Bruce, and enjoy it as much as you have the recruiting process.