USFNation.com caught up with several Bulls to get their thoughts on the start of camp.
Bulls senior QB B.J. Daniels: Time is now.
"I'm excited and ready to go," said Daniels, who commented on what is final season means to him. "It means I have to hurry up and do something. This is my last opportunity to try and help out the team and do whatever we can to win the Big East. There's a sense of urgency to really step up as a leader, both on and off the field."
RB Demetris Murray: Ready to take on the lead role
"I'm ready, most definitely, it's been a wile four or five years now, so I'm excited to get in here and put it all on the line and try and win the Big East," said Murray who talked about his biggest change. "Maturity, I think I really matured over the last year and trying to under the smaller things and every aspect of the offense."
LB DeDe Lattimore: Everybody is buying into the system
"I'm ready and have worked hard this summer, so I'm ready to see what we got on this team. Last season was bittersweet, so we're looking forward to a great season," said Lattimore, who said what the biggest difference in the team is, "The players and the atmosphere around us right now. We're coming together as a unit and buying into the system."