More dancing: McClain earns invite to Senior Bowl
Defensive tackle Terrell McClain continues to distance himself from the rest of USF's draft class, following up a strong week in the East-West Shrine Game with a last-minute invitation to the Senior Bowl in Mobile, Ala.
McClain, headed home to Pensacola, accepted the invitation Tuesday night -- he'll have another week in front of NFL scouts, with coaching from league coaches as well. "Dancing Bear" was rated as the most impressive prospect in the East-West game by ESPN.com's Todd McShay. Check out this video clip from McShay, where he says that the former Bulls standout could be taken as high as the late second round.
USF has had its share of players in the Senior Bowl -- last year, defensive end George Selvie, cornerback Jerome Murphy and safety Nate Allen were all selected to play, and all went on to be drafted. Linebacker Tyrone McKenzie represented USF in the 2009 game.
-- A few recruiting updates from Tuesday night -- receiver Rashawn Scott of Melbourne Central Catholic made a surprising commitment to Miami, choosing the Hurricanes over USF and West Virginia, according to Scout.com's Mike Bakas. Another receiver who has been mentioned as a possibility for USF, Sebring's Devin Clarke, will not be signing with the Bulls and is likely headed to junior college. Clarke made an official visit to USF but was not offered a scholarship.