USF's Scott, Woodie honored among top recruiters
USF football assistants Larry Scott and Ray Woodie, who handled much of the Bulls' recruiting duties as Willie Taggart assembled a new staff, have been honored for their work in USF's 2013 recruiting class.
Scott, a former Bulls lineman now working under his third USF head coach, was recognized as one of the nation's top 50 recruiters by 247sports.com, continuing his success in the Miami area with four-star corner Lamar Robbins and running back Darius Tice. Scott and Woodie had at least some role in nearly every recruit who signed with the Bulls, having done much of the recruiting and evaluation until Taggart was able to bring in more assistants.
Woodie, who followed Taggart from Western Kentucky, was honored among the Big East's top recruiters by Rivals.com. The site gives him credit for securing eight of USF's 23 commitments. He was instrumental in the Bulls being able to lure Bradenton Manatee defensive tackle Derrick Calloway out of a previous commitment to Louisville.