We're back with another edition of our weekly recruiting roundup. Let's check in with some of USF's Class of 2018 verbal commits (because it would take way too long to hit them all).
We already talked about Daytona Beach Mainland guard Adonis Boone flipping to Louisville, so let's see how some of his former contemporaries in #Stampede18 are doing.
- It wasn't a good day for three-star Hollywood Chaminade-Madonna Prep guard Sebastian Sainterling and his team last Friday. They were blown out on ESPN by American Heritage 41-13.
If you want to watch that game, here you go. Sainterling is #70.
- Three-star Gadsden County linebacker Randal Copeland and his Jaguars were downed by Wakulla 49-14 last Friday to fall to 1-3 on the season.
The Tallahassee-area product has led his team defensively throughout his senior year with 41 tackles and a forced fumble.
- Three-star Jacksonville Ribault safety Devon Matthews helped his team knock off First Coast 37-12 on Friday.
No stats available for the DUUUUVVVAAALLL product, but here are some mid-season highlights.
Senior Year Mid-Season pic.twitter.com/zYa1v9fSiq— MONSTER™ (@dmatt_5) September 27, 2017
- Pensacola Catholic three-star tackle Ethan Watson helped the Crusaders get their first win of the season last week with a 28-14 victory over Pensacola. The win came on a short week — they had to play Choctawhatchee that Monday due to Hurricane Irma rescheduling.
- Registering another 100-yard, two touchdown day on the ground, three-star Davie Nova linebacker/running back Shaun Peterson Jr. played a big role in the Titans torching McArthur, 51-6.
TD was set up by this 35 yard run @FootballNova Shaun Peterson pic.twitter.com/XwhowyxDXy— BCAA Sports (@BCAA_Sports) September 22, 2017
- Moving south, a pair of USF Class of '18 verbal commits faced off against each other as three-star defensive tackle Devin Leacock and his Port Charlotte Pirates destroyed three-star wide receiver Talik Keaton and his Sarasota Booker Tornadoes, 38-0.
Because of Irma rescheduling, Keaton and his team had to turn around and play again on Monday, where they were walloped by Hardee, 42-6.
And they still have to play again on Thursday when they host Bayshore. Something, something, player safety, something.
And as always, don't tweet at recruits.