Jarred Fayson is a 5 star recruit in the Bulls own backyard. He's a 6-foot, 195 pound, dual threat quarterback that can run a 4.4 40 time. Last year he threw for 900 yards and 11 touchdowns. He also got it done on the ground, rushing for 800 yards and 24 touchdowns. That would be a total of 35 total scores on the season, putting his numbers with some of the best players in the state. As a Junior. Fayson is one of those players that can make an impact anywhere on the field, that's why he is also being looked at as a receiver by several teams.
Jarred was actually an early commit to the Bulls before de-committing to rethink his options.
"I committed earlier" Fayson said, "But I de-committed because I really didn't have all my offers yet."
Fayson was in attendance on an unofficial visit. He said he wanted to come out and see how the Bulls would play against a ranked opponent.
"I still do have interest in USF"
He may have an interest but when asked who is in his top 5 there was no mention of the Bulls.
"My top 5 is Florida, Miami, Oklahoma, Georgia, Clemson."
Fayson is the best athlete in the area and possibly the state, USF is a long-shot right now but in a month or so could be right there in the mix.
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