Will Top 150 Corner Join Big Brother at USF?

David Rowe, just named as one of the top 150 players in the Southeast, made a visit to USF this past weekend. The 5'11 corner from Cocoa, FL also has an older brother on the Bulls baseball team, James Rowe. He tell USFNation.com about his trip to Tampa, why USF may be the school for him and much more. Get informed, only on USFNation.com!

David Rowe is one of the top two-way players in the entire state of Florida, Rowe is coming off an outstanding junior season. He never left the field.

Offensively, he scored eight rushing touchdowns and had 18 catches for 297 yards and two scores. He returned eight kickoffs for 280 yards. And on defense, he had five interceptions and constantly shut down the opposing receivers.

This past Saturday David was at Raymond James Stadium for the Bull's annual spring game. Rowe is quite familiar with Raymond James.

"Last year I went to almost every game with my brother (James Rowe)."

His brother James happens to be a junior on the USF baseball team, a major factor in David's interest with South Florida.

"USF is high on my list." Says Rowe, "My brother being there definitely helps."

Rowe does not have a top 5, but does have and offer from from Miami. Other schools showing interest are Tennessee, UConn and Clemson. When asked if USF has offered he replied:

"Not yet, but I'm hoping so."

Rowe has a light summer schedule besides two visits he has planned. One is to Miami and he says Tennessee is also a possibility. Besides that he plans to workout on his own and with the team once summer drills begin. USFNation will follow Rowe and have an update if/when the Bulls offer.


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