Stephenson HS in Stone Mountain, GA, is a football factory that churns out talent after talent. The Bulls recently signed Stephenson RB Willie Davis as part of the 2011 class, and they've offered seven players from Stephenson this year and this weekend several of them made a trip to Tampa for the USF spring game and check out what the Bulls have to offer.
One of those players is Kyle Fleetwood, a 6-foot, 200 pound wide receiver that recently was offered by USF and made the trip to check them out for the first time.
"My Weekend visit to USF was great!" said Fleetwood. "USF campus was nice and peaceful, with great facilities and I enjoyed spending time there with my teammates and their families."
"I had a good time watching the spring game as well and the game was interesting to watch," said Fleetwood. "The reaction from the crowd and fans were great, and it seems like a great environment to play in."
Before the game Fleetwood got to see the USF campus and check out the Bulls facilities.
"The USF facilities were state of art and real nice," said Fleetwood. "I liked the weight room and locker rooms and the practice field were just great."
During the visit they also got to spend time with Coach Phil McGeoghan and meet with the USF coaches and got a good feel for the staff.
"We hung out with Coach McGeoghan for most of the day and he toured us around the facilities," said Fleetwood. "We met with Coach Holtz, but it wasn't for too long. Coach McGeoghan is a great guy and he gave me the best experience that USF had to offer. From the coaches I got to meet, they seem like a great staff."
After never being to Tampa or seeing USF Fleetwood enjoyed the experience and learning more about the Bullsfootball program.
"The overall visit was great, and it was great to meet the coaches," said Fleetwood. "USF is a great school, and has a great plan for building a successful football program."
The 6'0, 200 pound wide receiver has seen his recruitment interest take off as he claims offers from USF, South Carolina, Mississippi, Louisville, %%MATCH_10%%, Cincinnati, %%MATCH_9%%, and Southern Mississippi. At this point he's doing his research and is not ready to name any leaders,
"I don't really have any favorites, and I'm just getting familiar with a lot of these schools because recruiting process just began with me not too long ago. I've just been taking it slow."
"The visit definitely increased my knowledge of the program," said Fleetwood. "USF is a school to consider in the future."
Stay tuned with USFNation.com as we keep you updated on Kyle Fleetwood and the rest of the 2012 recruiting class.