Another figuratively and literally large piece of USF's class is officially in as three-star Hollywood Chaminade Madonna offensive guard Sebastian Sainterling has sent in his fax.
The massive 6'3", 356-pound offensive lineman helped carve the path for his team to a Class 3A state championship this season. Matter of fact, being a St. Thomas Aquinas transfer means that Sainterling got to hoist a state championship trophy in all four years of his prep career.
Rated a .8608 prospect by the 247 composite rankings, Sainterling was the second highest rated recruit in this class behind St. Pete Admiral Farragut wide receiver Zion Roland.
He chose USF over offers from Auburn, Mississippi State, Kentucky, and Iowa State.