Alin Edouard, a dual-threat quarterback out of Hialeah (Fla.), reopened his recruitment back in early September after separating from the Miami Hurricanes and the South Florida Bulls among others have been recruiting the signal caller ever since. How high are the Bulls on Edouard's list?
After committing to Miami
(FL) back in February, Hialeah (Fla.) quarterback Alin Edouard
has since reopened his recruitment - offering several schools a fair chance to obtain his signature on National Signing Day on Feb. 5.
The 6-foot-2, 180-pound dual-threat playmaker has offers from the likes of Tennessee, Nebraska, Penn State, South Florida, Syracuse, Wake Forest, and more.
One program that's made an impact on the Hialeah quarterback's recruitment as of late is the South Florida Bulls.
"USF is a great school to go too," Edouard said. "I'm real close with Telly Lockette. USF is one of my top schools."
Which schools are standing out at the moment for Edouard?
"Syracuse, USF, Cincinnati, Wake Forest - all in the mix," Edouard said.
For visits, the elusive signal caller has just one school he's set to see.
"I'm visiting Syracuse on January 10-12."
Edouard completed 19 of 36 passes for 178 yards and one TD in a 42-23 loss to South Fort Myers this past week. Edouard also ran 13 times for 79 yards, but threw two interceptions as well.
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