USF Football Recruiting 2019-20
A breakdown of USF’s 2020 recruiting class and what Jeff Scott had to say about it.
Another Miami native will be heading to Tampa
The second prospect from Columbia High School signs his LOI with USF.
A sparse QB room filled up quick.
The North Carolina product joins Jeff Scott’s first class in the Bay.
Reyes will get to stay in the green and gold in college.
One of the longest committed prospects for USF’s 2020 class has finally signed his LOI.
The South Carolina product is sincere with his pledge and sings onto Jeff Scott’s first class.
The Class A Mr. Football in the state of Tennessee will play tight end at USF.
The big man out of Orlando commits just days before National Signing Day.
Jeff Scott brings in another lanky wide receiver to help build depth.
Another 2020 commit on the board for USF, this time a big guard from Charlotte who visited campus last weekend.
That’s six verbal commits since Sunday for the new staff.
The new USF football staff picked up their third verbal commit from the weekend.
Jeff Scott and company nab their first hometown commit.
The former Utah commit will stay in-state and join the Bulls.
The Bulls now have no offensive line commits/signees for the 2020 class.
Berrong was the highest rated defensive prospect in the 2020 class.
USF’s first 2020 verbal commit has reopened his recruitment.
The JuCo defensive tackle will have two years of eligibility with the Bulls.
The DB from powerhouse Deerfield Beach is heading to Tampa.
The first prospect that Jeff Scott offered will follow him from the Palmetto State to Tampa.
The defensive prospect out of Marion County is on the board for USF.
The corner from Volusia County has signed on with USF.
The do-it-all playmaker from The Villages is officially Tampa bound.
The #BayMade tailback is officially a Bull.
Amid coaching upheavel over the past two weeks, the class once known as #20Strong has dwindled. Despite that, there’s still primary pieces who will sign their name on the dotted line come Wednesday.