The first quarterback domino fell for USF Wednesday morning, with three-star Tampa Plant QB Jordan McCloud putting pen to paper and signing his letter of intent.
SIGNED— USF Football (@USFFootball) December 20, 2017
Welcome to USF, Jordan McCloud!#Stampede18 #BullStrong #NSD18 #BayMade pic.twitter.com/4a92iwK5lI
Early signing #PlantHighSchool Judge Culpepper (Penn State)— Angela Clooney (@WTSPAngela) December 20, 2017
Micah McFadden (Indiana)
Jordan McCloud (USF)
Brandon Brooks (Navy) #WTSP pic.twitter.com/VR6wFJZNr7
As you can see in the tweet, the hometown kid led powerhouse Plant to the Class 7A state semifinals this season, accounting for over 2,800 yards of offense and 32 touchdowns during his senior campaign.
Originally committing as part of that insane weekend back in July, the dual-threat gunslinger chose USF over offers from Maryland, Oregon, and Iowa State.