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2013 USF Bulls signing day outlook

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Key losses: LB Sam Barrington, PK Maikon Bonani, QB B.J. Daniels, G Danous Estenor, DT Cory Grissom, RB Lindsey Lamar, TE Evan Landi, RB Demetris Murray, OL Mark Popek, CB Kayvon Webster.

Oral commitments (18)

Zach Benjamin, WR, 6-4/190, Tampa Catholic

Derrick Calloway, DT, 6-1/300, Bradenton Manatee

Hassan Childs, DB, 6-2/175, Kissimmee Osceola

Joe Fennell, OT, 6-4/300, Fort Myers South Fort Myers

Cameron Fraser, OT, 6-5/300, Phenix City (Ala.) Central

Robby Garcia, G, 6-3/260, Jesuit

Nate Godwin, CB, 5-11/185, Freedom

Bruce Hector, DT, 6-2/270, Robinson

Mike Love, DE, 6-2/210, Countryside

Eric Mayes, DE, 6-5/250, Sarasota Booker

Cameron Ruff, G, 6-4/275, Jesuit

Auggie Sanchez, TE, 6-3/230, Northeast

Dominique Threatt, DT, 6-2/290, East Point (Ga.) Tri-Cities

Johnny Ward, CB, 6-0/170, Moultrie (Ga.) Colquitt County

Michael White, QB, 6-5/195, Fort Lauderdale University

Darius Whitty, CB, 6-0/180, Jacksonville First Coast

Howard Wilder, CB, 5-11/185, Sea Pleasant (Md.) Roosevelt/Pierce (Calif.) JC

Mitchell Wright, LB, 6-2/200, Plant

Early enrollees (3)

Rahmon Swain, LB, 6-0/216, Lithonia (Ga.) MLK/Butler (Kan.) CC

Torrel Saffold, CB, 5-11/180, Kansas City (Kan.) Sumner/Butler (Kan.) CC

Emilio Nadelman, PK, 5-6/165, Miami Central

HOT PROSPECTS: The Bulls' biggest needs are at quarterback and running back. There likely will be a oral commitment or two this weekend with Kissimmee's Stafon McCray and DeLand's JoJo Kemp making official visits. Quarterback isn't as solid. Former USF commitment Asiantii Woulard is visiting UCLA after visiting Clemson last weekend. Backup plans include Fort Lauderdale's John O'Korn, who is pledged to Houston. Another key visit this weekend is Jesuit TE Travis Johnson. The Bulls might get a teammate of committed tackle Dominique Threatt: offensive lineman Jeremi Hall, who had committed to Georgia Tech.

Greg Auman, Times staff writer

2013 USF Bulls signing day outlook 01/26/13 [Last modified: Saturday, January 26, 2013 7:06pm]
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