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USF National Signing Day Primer- Don't Expect Much Activity

Only a few prospects are expected to sign with USF on National Signing Day.

Three-star St. Pete Admiral Farragut DT John Waller
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We now sit less than 24 hours away from National Signing Day and for USF, well, not much is anticipated to happen tomorrow.

With 24 #Stampede18 prospects deciding to sign during the early signing period back in December, the Bulls have basically had their entire recruiting class locked up for nearly two months now.

So much so that the coaching staff has already gotten a head start in focusing on 2019 and even 2020 prospects.

But there are three longtime USF targets that will finalize their collegiate choice come Wednesday, with some intrigue surrounding two of them.


First up is three-star St. Pete Admiral Farragut defensive tackle John Waller, who followed in the footsteps of teammate Zion Roland and verbally committed to USF back in November.

The #BayMade product does have offers from the likes of Indiana, Michigan, and C. according to 247, but has been 100% in on USF and is unlikely to pull any last minute surprise come signing day.

Next is three-star Venice defensive tackle Tyrone Barber, who verbally committed to USF way back in July.Since then he's remained mostly quiet about his recruitment on social media.

The major recruiting websites believe that he will stick with the Green and Gold but he noticeably deleted the tweet announcing his verbal commitment and took an official visit to Syracuse in January. Hmmmm....

Finally, there's three-star Lakeland Jenkins defensive end Jordan Domineck who as late as Monday, decommited from USF.

The 863-product took an official visit to Georgia Tech this past weekend. We'll see if the Bulls can fend off a late swarm from the Yellow Jackets coaching staff.

With spots for this class already filled to the brim, there's not any additional prospects anticipated to be added during the day.

But crazy things always happen during NSD, so you never truly know.