Asiantii Woulard, who continues to make his case as being one of the State's top quarterback prospects, showcased his talent at the Nike Football Training Camp and was named the top quarterback at the event.
"It felt great to earn the MVP," said Woulard. "The competition was great and there were some top players and big names all competing. I think I performed well, but I'm going to keep working, improving and getting better."
As a junior, the 6-foot-4 and 205 pound quarterback passed for over 1,600 yards and 15 touchdowns while rushing for 600 yards and adding nine scores his first season at the helm. Woulard received his first offer from USF, and then made an early commitment in February, only to open things back up last month.
"I still feel the same about USF, but I just wanted to open it up and check things out." said Woulard. "I like the staff, the offense they run, where their located, and the program itself."
Before the Nike camp, the Winter Park standout and the Bulls top quarterback prospect made a trip down to Tampa to check out the USF spring game and meet with the Bulls coaching staff on Saturday
"The spring game went real well, I liked it a lot and had a lot of fun," said Woulard. "I still feel the same about USF and love them."
This was the first time that Woulard got to see the Bulls go live this spring.
"I had a great time at the game and enjoyed the whole experience," said Woulard. "I liked being in Raymond James and the atmosphere. I just enjoyed watching the team play, and the game itself."
The Bulls defense got all the attention after the Bulls final scrimmage, but Woulard didn't see it that way.
"Everybody was saying the defense had the better day, but I didn't see it that way so much," said Woulard. "I think the offense moved the ball and showed a lot of good things."
"I liked what they were doing and was really impressed with the receiver Andre Davis, he's pretty good and is only going to be a sophomore next year," said Woulard. "They have a real good receiving unit and they're young."
This was the first time Woulard has been around the USF staff since changing his commitment status, and said that nothing everything was great
"It was great being around the coaching staff again and everything is still the same, nothing is different, and it wasn't awkward at all," said Woulard. "I spoke with Coach Holtz and Coach Fitch, and they told me how much they still like me and just want me to make a good decision. "
The game wasn't until six and Woulard actually came in early, arriving around 1:00, and got to go spend a little time around the campus and facilities, and liked it.
"We got in early and got to walk around the campus and then sat and watched film with Coach Fitch," said Woulard. "That was cool just watching the offense and talking with Coach Fitch. He told me that I'm still their guy and hope that I make the right decision."
"I also got to talk with B.J. Daniels for a while about the offense and things like that," said Woulard. "We didn't really talk about recruiting, but he did tell me to come to South Florida."
Since Woulard opened things back up, he hasn't gotten any new offers, but is getting a lot of interest and is planning on taking some visits in the future.
"I'm getting interest from schools like Vanderbilt, Michigan State, Mississippi State, Miami and Oregon," said Woulard. "I'm thinking about taking visits to LSU, Vanderbilt, and Mississippi State, but nothing is set yet."
The standout quarterback prospect discusses where he is with his recruitment, and where the Bulls stand.
"I'm pretty open, and I don't really have a list of favorites," said Woulard. "USF is still at the top though, that hasn't changed. I like them a lot."
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