USF's Biggest Need - 2014 class - 10/21

After securing a commitment from 4-star versatile athlete Quinton Flowers over the weekend, USFNation.com's Corey Bender breaks down the biggest need going forward in South Florida's 2014 recruiting class.

With Willie Taggart picking up his biggest prospect yet - with Quinton Flowers hopping on the bus over the weekend - here's the Bulls biggest need going forward.

Offensive tackle is a must for South Florida. After losing Drew Sarvary to Texas Tech, where I thought he'd up, there are still several targets on the board for the Bulls - here are a few.

Corey Clements - The 6-foot-9, 345-pound mammoth from Mesa (Ariz.) Community College will not be hard to miss when he officially visits the Bulls for the Louisville game. Clements has received offers from South Florida, UAB, and North Texas. Clements grew up in Birmingham, Ala. and received his offer from UAB this past week - letting me know UAB is his leader after the offer. Like I said, he'll be visiting for the South Florida and who knows what could happen when he visits Tampa Bay.

A.J. Allen - Allen is an impressive athlete at 6-foot-7, 315-pounds and has a terrific combination of size and skillset. Allen's recruitment has heated up as of late and has collected offers from South Florida, Kentucky, Arkansas State, Arizona State, Middle Tennessee, and Kansas State among others. Allen is visiting Tampa Bay officially for the Louisville game as well. The Bulls are sitting well with the Grossmont product after naming them in his top schools along with Kansas State, Arkansas State, and Arizona State. Asides from USF, Allen plans to visit Kansas State and Arkansas State at the end of the year. "I'm very excited to take my visit over there for the Louisville game," Allen told USFNation.com.

Sebastian Tretola - A bounce back from Nevada, will have two years to play two following the 2013 football season. Tretola's recruitment has blown up lately - collecting offers from South Florida, Oklahoma, Old Dominion, Georgia State, Cincinnati, South Alabama, Texas Tech, and Idaho in the past month and a half. Tretola doesn't have a Bye week until the end of the season and states his recruitment is wide open. Tretola measures in at 6-foot-5, 315-pounds. South Florida should be in the race until the end.

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