Three-star Atlanta Mays quarterback Jahquez Evans signed his national letter of intent to play football at USF on Wednesday afternoon, putting to bed late questions of where he’d end up signing.
Verbally committed to the Bulls’ 2019 class since July, a late push by Cincinnati prompted Evans to decommit via Twitter a week ago (he’s since deleted the tweet).
Despite taking an official visit to Cincy over the weekend, he ultimately decided to come back around to his original decision of making Tampa his future home.
Evans becomes the second product from Mays High School to sign with USF in as many years after 2018 signee Tony Grier. He also becomes the second gunslinger out of Atlanta to take his talents down I-75 after former Atlanta Carver QB Octavious Battle did so a year ago.