Bronson, 6-foot-3, 180-pounds, will make his official visit to the Bulls on January 17th.
"I am still committed to USF," Bronson said. "I just want to check out a few schools and see some places."
Bronson is a big pledge for Willie Taggart and his staff, as they try and continue to replenish their roster. They need playmakers on the perimeter and Bronson is a nice fit for what they are looking for.
"They do need some athletes at wide receiver," Bronson said. "I think I can give them that. I think I can come in and make an impact. I do need to work hard and learn the playbook. I know I need to pay attention to details to get on the field."
Bronson was originally committed to the University of Florida. He did that after his sophomore season. But he backed off that pledge and then committed to the Bulls this summer.
"I can really relate to coach Taggart," Bronson said. "While we come from different places we have the same kind of background.
"I like what he is doing there," Bronson said. "They need to rebuild that roster and it's going to take some time."
Bronson is out in California at the Semper Fi All-American Bowl. He's adjusting to after one day of practice with his East teammates.
"It's tough out here," Bronson said. "There's a lot of good players and good competition. You have to learn a new playbook and everything is faster. That is something I will definitely have to get used to."