USF Football Recruiting 2017-18
The three-star guard decided to decommit from USF and take his talents to Louisville instead.
In the midst of an incoming hurricane, USF picked up their highest rated Class of '18 verbal commitment over the weekend.
Another day, another verbal commitment for USF’s Class of 2018. Today they picked up a local signal-caller from their own backyard.
Verbal commitments from Keyon Helton, Adonis Boone, Ethan Watson, Jordan Domineck, Vincent Davis Jr., and Eugene Bowman IV cap off an unprecedented weekend for USF football recruiting.
Shaun Peterson Jr., Talik Keaton, Randal Copeland, and Devon Matthews all verbally commited to USF football on Saturday.
USF picked up their 15th verbal commitment for the upcoming 2018 recruiting class. Leacock is a nose tackle out of Port Charlotte who's known for lifting his fair share of weight.
Another verbal commit is on the board for USF's 2018 recruiting class — a hometown kid from nearby Sickles High School.
The Bulls picked up their fourth and fifth verbal commitments of the week — a big defensive tackle out of Venice and a speedy free safety from Lake Worth.
USF received their second 2018 defensive end commit of the week, and it’s only Tuesday.
USF's 2018 recruiting class is starting to fill up, as Charlie Strong and staff added two verbal commitments from South Florida Sunday morning.
USF picked up their eighth Class of 2018 verbal commitment on Tuesday, a big running back out of Chiefland.
The Bulls received an early Fourth of July gift, this time a rising linebacker out of southwest Atlanta.
Tallahassee Leon Defensive End Trey Laing Verbally Commits To USF Football (And So Does His Brother)
We’re wearing out the COMMIT ALARM over here. That’s four (well, actually five) in four days.
USF has their class of 2018 quarterback... but there’s a lot of time left in the recruiting cycle.
USF picked up their second verbal commit in less than 24 hours, this time going down to Muck City to pull a DB out of legendary Glades Central.
Cherry is the Bulls’ third commit for the class of 2018.
We thought Saban hated satellite camps!
Offensive line coach Matt Mattox reeled in USF’s second verbal commitment for the class of 2018, a three-star lineman.