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USF football gets Notre Dame transfer

Former Palm Beach Gardens star Devin Studstill should be eligible in ’19
USF coach Charlie Strong suggested earlier this year he intends to partially replenish his roster with transfers. OCTAVIO JONES | Times
Published Apr. 6

The transfer help that USF coach Charlie Strong hinted would arrive has started trickling in.

The latest arrival: former Notre Dame safety Devin Studstill, who announced via Twitter he’s headed to Tampa as a graduate transfer. A four-start recruit from Palm Beach Gardens High, he’s set to earn his degree in May, according to ndinsider.com.

Studstill (listed at 6-foot, 200 pounds last season) joins Oklahoma State grad-transfer linebacker Patrick Macon, who announced earlier this week he’s also headed to USF.

Both should be eligible for the Bulls immediately.

Studstill had 38 tackles, a forced fumble and interception for Notre Dame as a freshman in 2016. From there, he watched his playing time and productivity diminish as the Irish defensive coordinator job became a revolving door. In three seasons, he totaled 60 tackles.

The Bulls will hold a public scrimmage today starting at 11:15 at Clearwater Central Catholic.

Contact Joey Knight at jknight@tampabay.com. Follow @TBTimes_Bulls.


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