USFNation.com caught up with the athletic pass protector on his time spent at Raymond James Stadium.
"It was fun, I had a great time meeting with the coaches," Pellage said. "Well pretty much, it all comes down to Coach Taggart working with what he was left with and needing time to fix what was broken. I noticed the O-line was doing great with pass protection and Bench was doing well at quarterback. Being able to recruit his players may help Coach Taggart make improvements. This is a learning period for them and I believe he'll make them a better team."
Currently, Pellage has some itinerary set for a couple schools and desires to visit many more in the near future.
"I'll be visiting UCF on Sept. 28th and Virginia on Thanksgiving," Pellage told USFNation.com. "I am trying to make some games at Miami, Florida State, Florida, and hopefully some more out of state games."
Being a 2015 prospect, Pellage has over a year to make his collegiate choice and is in no hurry.
"For me, it's too early for leaders right now."
Up next, Pellage and Nature Coast host Central High School (Brooksville, FL) on Sept. 20th at 7:30 PM.