Immokalee DT Senat latest to commit to Bulls
USF's late recruiting surge continued Monday night as the Bulls picked up a commitment from Immokalee defensive tackle Deadrin Senat, a four-star recruit who was once committed to Florida State.
Senat, who visited N.C. State this weekend and was also considering South Carolina, is USF's second four-star defensive tackle for 2013, joining Bradenton Manatee's Derrick Calloway. He has been looking at the Bulls since last summer, when teammates Tshumbi Johnson and Xavier Richardson were USF's first commitments for the class.
Senat's commitment comes one night after the Bulls were told by Jesuit's Robby Garcia that he was backing out of a commitment and will play elsewhere after USF coaches had told him to keep his options open. He's the third four-star in Willie Taggart's quickly rising first recruiting class, joining Calloway and Miami cornerback Lamar Robbins.
Rivals rates Senat at the No. 46 overall recruit in Florida for this class -- Calloway is No. 43 in the same rankings, and Robbins is No. 54; offensive tackle Joe Fennell is 59. The Bulls are also in contention for receiver Stacy Coley (#15), running back JoJo Kemp (#64) and tight end Travis Johnson (#74), among others.