Head coach Jeff Scott knew the offensive line needed help, and he addressed that with the signing of 6’5”, 287 lb Chamberlain High School offensive lineman Cesar Reyes today during National Signing Day.
Three-star (.8343) per 247Sports.
Other Notable Offers: Bowling Green, Kentucky, Louisville, LSU (before his injury junior year)
Reyes becomes the first Chamberlain product to sign with USF out of high school since wide receiver Edner Alcin did so in 2006. He’s also one of three offensive linemen signed by Scott today.
The right side of the offensive line will need to be retooled with the graduation of Billy Atterbury, and Marcus Norman. It’s believed that Reyes projects as a guard in college.
Reyes officially visited USF January 17-19, and was part of the seven-for-seven effort that Scott and his staff pulled in during their first recruiting weekend at USF.
WHO YOU WIT?!?! CHAMBO!!!!