USF In Hopes Of Securing Bronson's Signature

Village Academy (Delray Beach, FL) defensive end, Kevin Bronson, has suitors from numerous of conferences throughout the country in hopes of getting his signature on National Signing Day in February. caught up with the talented pass rusher for the latest in his recruitment.

Passing the eye at test at 6'3, 245 pounds, Village Academy (Delray Beach, FL) defensive end, Kevin Bronson, has schools from each conference prying him each and every way in hopes of acquiring his signature in February on National Signing Day. caught up the defensive star from Village Academy for the latest.

"Our season has been okay," Bronson said. "We just lost to Westminster Christian on Friday. I think it was 52-42, but everything has been alright so far."

Acquiring offers from the likes of Rutgers, Arkansas, Miami (FL), UCF, South Florida, West Virginia, N.C State, Wake Forest and more, Bronson has a prime time school that may be close to offering in the near future.

"On Friday, Coach Muschamp and another Florida coach came to the school," Bronson stated. "They said they're going to try to get me up to a game with my family for an official visit."

With the start to a rocky season, Coach Taggart and the Bulls have been in consistent contact with Delray Beach pass rusher and Bronson understands it's going to be a process and hasn't turned away from the instate team from Tampa.

"Yes sir, I've been talking to South Florida," Bronson told "I really like the coaching staff. They're a program that has to fight through adversity right now. Coach Taggart is working and trying to build the program back up."

Previously naming Rutgers as his firm leader in the past, Bronson's recruitment has seemed to change in recent months.

"Yeah, you can say South Florida, Arkansas, Rutgers, Miami (FL), UCF, West Virginia and N.C State in no order," Bronson said. "Florida can jump in there too, maybe."

As of right now, Bronson currently has one visit set in stone.

"On the Sept. 28th, I'm going an unofficial visit to South Florida when they take on Miami (FL)," Bronson said. "I'm trying to set more up though. Arkansas, Rutgers, West Virginia and N.C State are a few schools I'll probably visit.

Whichever school Bronson chooses for the next four years to play his collegiate football, they'll have to provide him with a few things to secure his signature.

"The relationship with the coaching staff, the overall living on campus and the atmosphere on game day, stuff like that."

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