Max Lang, a 6-foot-5, 280-pounde elite offensive lineman from Boone high school in Orlando committed to USF earlier in the year, and this past weekend took his official visit to USF, and likes what he sees in the future for the USF football program.
"The visit was really something," said Lang. "The Banquet was really something to see," said Lang. "I was very sick during the visit, but the Banquet and overall visit was great."
Lang also got to see all the upgrades surrounding the USF athletic village, and loved what he saw.
"Everything is state-of-the-art," said Lang. "I've visited SEC and ACC schools and they didn't have what USF now has. It's encouraging to see it's not lip service. Coach Holtz and his staff are being proactive in making the University of South Florida a national championship contender. Not just big East champs. They want to be the best, and USF is on the right track."
Lang talked more about what he likes about USF, and being part of this year's recruiting class
"Coach Holtz and the staff have done an amazing job," said Lang. "It's an honor to be this staffs first "Baby Bull" along with the other committed guys."
The future Bull see's all of the incoming as ‘Baby Bulls, and said the term was all his.
"Baby Bull was mine, ha ha, I thought it was fitting for us recruits. I think every recruit is sort of a baby Bull though, seeing how the program is so young," said Lang. "It was nice being with all the commits. We got a feel for each other and who were going to be with for the next 4-5 years."
Lang said while on the visit he didn't do any recruiting, because he didn't have too.
"No not all," said Lang. The thing about USF is the place sells itself. The coaching staff feels like home, and the players have the strongest bond I've ever seen out of a college. They all love each other. If you an underclassman or a transfer. Once you make a commitment to making USF a national contender, once you sign that contract, you become part of this Bull family. It's really something to see. I cannot wait for this, and I know every single commit feels the same."
"I could go on and on about the school, and the football program, and everything I lover about USF," said Lang. "All we see is bright things in the future for USF, very bright things."Click here for more info or to share your thoughts with other USF insiders -- get the inside scoop!