Not only did South Florida pick up one building block for the future on Thursday, but they secured a second verbal commitment as well with Orlando (Fla.) Lake Nona junior wide receiver Deondre Farrier being the latest to hop on Taggart's bus in Tampa Bay.
"Yes (he committed)," said Lake Nona head coach, Anthony Paradiso. "Deondre has the size, speed, route-running and ability to catch the football. He has excellent hands and a great burst at 6-foot-2, 190-pounds."
The lengthy wide receiver prospect had an outstanding junior campaign, finishing with 55 catches for 909 yards and seven touchdowns leading the Lions to their first ever playoff appearance in school history.
Along with the Bulls, Farrier held offers from Tulane and East Carolina. The Lake Nona product is the Bulls' second commitment in the 2015 class, joining electrifying Fort Myers (Fla.) Dunbar running back, Marquise Bryant.