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Mon. December 31, 2012 | Joey Knight | Email

Robinson two-way lineman Bruce Hector, who committed to USF last summer but has re-opened his options since the Bulls' coaching change, told the Times on Monday he'll visit Buffalo in two weeks.

"I'm still committed (to USF) but I'm still looking at other schools," Hector said in a text message.

A first-team member of the Times' all-Suncoast team (encompassing four counties), Hector (6-foot-2, 270 pounds) already has an offer from Buffalo. Other offers include FAU, Akron, Bowling Green, Ball State and Tennessee State. He received an in-home visit from new Bulls coach Willie Taggart earlier this month, shortly after Taggart was hired to replace Skip Holtz.

Buffalo's roster includes 2011 Robinson graduate Marqus Baker, a redshirt freshman defensive back.





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