Reagan Ready to Start His Career as a Bull

He wasn't able to make it a Bulls' football game during the season, but Clarksville (TN.) offensive guard and USF commit, Bruno Reagan, took his official visit to South Florida over the weekend and loved every minute of it.

Since issuing his verbal commitment to the South Florida Bulls in June of last year, Clarksville (TN.) offensive guard, Bruno Reagan, wasn't able to make the trip down to the Sunshine State this year to check out a Bulls' game, due to his busy high school schedule.

Over the weekend, six South Florida commits, including the 6-foot-3, 300-pound Reagan, took their official visit to Tampa Bay to enjoy some quality time with their future coaches and teammates.

"It was awesome, I loved it," Reagan said. "We did all the academic meetings and we visited the stadium and locker room on top of lunch and dinner. The locker room is the nicest one I have been to and the dorms were really nice too. The weight room has everything we need."

Coach Taggart and his staff have a plan in place for the 3-star commit, but Reagan has to become familiar with the Bulls' offensive attack first.

"They said I have an opportunity to play and contribute early," Reagan said. "I have all the physical attributes, but I just need to go and get used to the offense."

Laser Tag has been a fun-filled activity that the Bulls' coaching staff has took their official visitors to do while they're in town under coach Taggart. According to Reagan, there's no question on who has the best aim and skill on the laser tag battlefield.

"Easily, coach Taggart."

The lone uncommitted prospect in town was 3-star Sarasota (Fla.) Booker running back, Marlon Mack. According to the Clarksville product, the Bulls made a strong impression on the former UCLA Bruin commit.

"We are one of two finalists with him now, I believe," Reagan said. "I think we have a really good shot with him. He doesn't want to go far, which is why he de-committed from UCLA."

While Reagan doesn't report to USF's campus for several months, he'll be working hard and preparing for his college career back home in Tennessee.

"I'll be weightlifting and getting with people in the spring to help me with technique."

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