DB Commits to the Bulls

The Bulls pickup their third commitment in as many weeks. This time it's a 5-foot-11 cornerback from Fort Myers. Find out when it happen, why he chose USF and much more! Read on for the entire story. USFNation.com, your best source for recruiting news

The recruiting ball is certainly gaining momentum for the South Florida Bulls. Two weeks ago it was Claude Davis, then Alton Voss and now Quenton Washington of North Fort Myers High School. At 5-foot-11 and 165 pounds, he is the first sleeper of this year's class. Prior to the USF senior camp a few weeks ago he was a virtual unknown. Washington had zero offers, but came ready to play that weekend. He first impressed coaches with back-to-back 4.44 forty times. Then took his speed over to the one-on-one drills where he locked down receiver after receiver. After his successful camp outing he told USFNation that if USF offered he was ready to commit. The offer came and Washington stayed true to his word.

"I committed because USF is where I wanted to go from the beginning." Adding, "I thought they were going to offer at some point, but it came a few days after the camp and I knew I was ready to commit."

Washington said the offer originally came to him through his coach who told him USF offered him a scholarship.

"When I heard that I was really happy. I got along great with the coaches and I knew some of the players already on the team. I know Nate Allen real well and Taurus Johnson as well."

He said the two current Bulls didn't help recruit him, but he knew them. "Having friends already on campus will make it easier to call Tampa home."

Washington is preparing for his senior season where he hopes to have a solid year and improve his all-around game. As for the grades, he currently has a 2.8 and is retaking some freshman classes to pull up his GPA and take pressure off of his SAT's.

USFNation will follow Quenton as he progresses through his season and up to signing day.

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