USF has made a late push and secured the commitment of Miami Carol City wide receiver Kevaughn Dingle. The consensus three-star recruit wasn’t even offered by the Bulls until mid-January, but they quickly found a lot of mutual interest. USF was able to get him on an official visit this past weekend, and it paid off with his LOI on signing day.
Dingle is one of three Carol City players to sign with the Bulls today, along with safety Naytron Culpepper and corner/safety Donelle Thomas. He and his teammates helped steer the Chiefs to the Class 6A state championship this past season, knocking off Lakeland’s Lake Gibson in the title game.
Kevaughn stands 6’1” and weighs 195 pounds. He had over 20 scholarship offers, and for a long time it appeared he was headed for either Kentucky or Miami. But neither of them earned official visits from Dingle, who ended up visiting Utah and FIU in addition to USF. Other offers included Notre Dame, Louisville, and Tennessee.
Check out Dingle’s senior year highlight reel below. He doesn’t have crazy breakaway speed, but he’s very good at making adjustments and timing his jumps to pull down one-on-one catches.