Rivals: Orlando tackle Lang commits to Bulls
USF coach Skip Holtz has reportedly picked up arguably his biggest commitment toward his Class of 2011, as Orlando Boone offensive tackle Max Lang has committed to play for the Bulls, USF.rivals.com's Corey Dowlar is reporting.
Lang, 6-foot-6 and 280 pounds, is rated as a three-star recruit by both Rivals and Scout, and is ranked as the state's No. 88 overall prospect according to the Orlando Sentinel's rankings. The only other USF commitment on the Sentinel's top 100 is quarterback Stevie Weatherford, who is No. 84 on the same list.
After starting with smaller players, this is the third lineman to pick the Bulls in the last month, joining Alabama's David "Boo" Simon and Lake Region's Thor Jozwiak. Counting receiver Jamaal Montague, a 2010 signee who said Tuesday he will join the Bulls on scholarship in January, USF now has 12 commitments toward its 2011 class.