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2013 USF Bulls signing class

USF

Player Pos. Ht/Wt School
Zach Benjamin WR 6-4/190 Tampa Catholic
Derrick Calloway DT 6-1/300 Bradenton Manatee
Hassan Childs DB 6-2/175 Kissimmee Osceola
Nate Godwin DB 6-0/190 Freedom
Jeremi Hall OL 6-4/330 Atlanta Tri-Cities
Nigel Harris LB 6-2/195 Hillsborough
Bruce Hector DT 6-2/270 Robinson
Mike Love DE 6-4/205 Countryside
Eric Mayes DE 6-4/250 Sarasota Booker
Sta'fon McCray RB 5-11/205 Kissimmee Osceola
Lamar Robbins DB 6-3/188 Miami Southridge
Cameron Ruff OL 6-4/277 Jesuit
Auggie Sanchez FB 6-2/215 Northeast
Deadrin Senat DT 6-1/311 Immokalee
Dominique Threatt OL 6-2/293 Atlanta Tri-Cities
Darius Tice RB 6-0/205 Miami Northwestern
Johnny Ward DB 6-0/165 Moultrie (Ga.) Colquitt County
Mike White QB 6-5/195 Fort Lauderdale University
Darius Whitty DB 6-0/178 Jacksonville First Coast
Mitchell Wright LB 6-3/200 Plant
Early enrollees
Rahmon Swain LB 6-0/216 Butler (Kansas) CC
Torrel Saffold DB 5-11/180 Butler (Kansas) CC
Emilio Nadelman PK 5-6/165 Miami Central

2013 USF Bulls signing class 02/06/13 [Last modified: Wednesday, February 6, 2013 9:39pm]
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