Nearly a month after USF officially wrapped up its 2018 signing class on the February Signing Day, the program picked up its third verbal commit for the Class of 2019 in the form of Riverview safety T.J. Robinson.
Since there's already a few guys verbally committed (for now), we figured that this would be a good starting point to keep tabs on what we guess they're now calling #GreenBreed19.
Safety T.J. Robinson
6'2", 174 pounds
Riverview High School, Riverview, FL
Recruiting Rankings: Not yet ranked by the major recruiting services.
Other Notable Offers: USF is his only listed offer at the moment.
Committed To The University Of South Florida #BullStrong #GoBulls ‼️ pic.twitter.com/Ph8bsJuRrG— Tj Robinson (@Tj_Robinson_) March 5, 2018
Robinson made his verbal commitment to the Green and Gold official on Monday, becoming the third Class of '19 pledge.
The lanky safety/receiver out of Riverview had a productive junior campaign for the Sharks in 2017. He compiled 208 yards receiving on 18 catches and two touchdowns on offense but made the bigger impact on defense, racking up 62 total tackles, seven pass break-ups, three interceptions, and a forced fumble.
TE Kamari Morales
6'3", 232 pounds
Lincoln High School, Tallahassee, FL
Recruiting Rankings: Listed as a three-star by 247 and Rivals. 0.8477 Composite Score by 247.
Other Notable Offers: Ole Miss, Maryland, Kentucky, Memphis, C.
Committed #GoBulls @HamiltonESPN pic.twitter.com/bz5ykcECdC— Kamari Morales™ (@9wayz_) July 19, 2017
Morales verbally committed to USF in July of 2017, making him one of what felt like 500 Bulls verbal commits during that period of the offseason.
The Tallahassee native led Lincoln as a primary receiving option last fall, hauling in 603 yards on 57 receptions and nine touchdowns. He was also a running option in the red-zone, rushing for four touchdowns on the ground.
He also made this hail mary touchdown grab versus crosstown rival Godby (led by 2018 signee Trey Laing) at the end of the regular season.
Here it is: USF Commit Kamari Morales (@9wayz_) savages Godby's perfect season with this hail mary catch!!! #SCTOP10 pic.twitter.com/sqMzAWDM5S— 1st & 10 Films (@1stand10Films) November 4, 2017
Should USF hold off the likes of Ole Miss and Kentucky to keep him on board, he'd most certainly serve as a huge addition to a thin tight end unit.
CB La'Darius Henry
6'3", 180 pounds
Gibbs High School, St. Petersburg, FL
Recruiting Rankings: Listed as a three-star by 247 and Rivals. 0.8527 Composite Score by 247.
Other Notable Offers: Florida, Oregon, Tulane, Iowa State, Purdue
I do this for my people's back home @GibbsHSFootball @TeamFlorida7on7 @realshaunking @CoachStrong_USF @USFFootball #Georgia pic.twitter.com/PsdYKbec2j— La'Darius Henry (@Darius_Ga) August 1, 2017
Recruited heavily by Charlie Strong and Gibbs High School alum Shaun King, Henry offered his verbal pledge to USF way back on August 1.
The cover picture of his Twitter profile is of him wearing an orange Florida jersey however, so the staff will have to fight from now until to December to keep him from flipping to UF or joining Jim Leavitt in Oregon.
Also to be noted is three-star Tallahassee Godby outside linebacker Kyler Laing, the younger brother of #Stampede18 signee Trey Laing.
Kyler originally verbally committed alongside his brother back in June, but has since re-opened his recruitment with USF still very high on his board.
The 850-product rivaled his brother in several aspects last season at Godby, tallying 38 tackles (23 for loss), 15.5 sacks and an interception.
The younger Laing currently holds other offers from the likes of Tulane, Troy, and South Alabama. He might be waiting for something bigger down the road.
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