"It's official! I just committed to the University of South Florida! #GoBulls #Dosomething," Abraham tweeted shortly after his announcement.
The 5-foot-10, 180 pound 3-star prospect who had 67 tackles and four interceptions as a junior chose to play for the Bulls over offers from schools such as NC State, Middle Tennessee, Iowa State, Bowling Green, and Ohio.
This is another good local get for South Florida Head Coach Willie Taggart, who continues to make a strong recruiting impact in the Tampa Bay area. Abraham joins Jefferson quarterback/defensive back Deiondre Porter and Wharton quarterback Chase Litton, as bay area player that committed to the Bulls the past week. Largo RB Jarvis Stewart and LB Frankie Hernandez omitted awhile back.
Stay tuned with USFNation.com for more info on the Bulls latest commit.