USF Recruiting Roundup: More Auburn Reaction

Here is more prospect reaction from USF's upset win over Auburn. Find out what Panhandle recruit even stopped by the USF facilities on Sunday for a tour! That and much more in this exclusive Recruiting Roundup. Only on -- Get it First, Get it Fast!

QB Evan Landi- USFNation first updated Evan when he was offered following the Senior Showcase Camp in July. He's a 6-3, 200 pound dual-threat QB from Coral Springs. His main offers are from USF and South Carolina, he was offered by Wisconsin but his coach informed him this week that the offer had been withdrawn due to commits at the quarterback position.

Landi says his top three right now are USF, SC and Auburn.

"Last weeks game showed a lot about USF. It was a big win for them. Coach Scott called me a few days before and told me they would win. I believed him."

He went on to say that he knew USF was a legit top 25 team before the game and that this only solidifies his thoughts. Landi plans on taking two visits before he decides in November. A trip to SC and Tampa are what's on schedule so far.

WR Jordan McNair- Last weekend McNair's Port St. Joe's team had a bye week and he came to Tampa to visit family. On Sunday he stopped by USF for about an hour for an unofficial visit.

"I met Coach Canales for the first time and we took a look around the facilities. He's a cool guy and I could tell he's real. He'll tell ya like it is."

McNair has offers from LSU, OleMiss, USF and UCF. His favorite is Florida State, but they have not offered yet.

McNair watched the game and said the physical play of the wide receivers is what stood out the most. Being 6'2, 180 McNair says he likes the way the Bulls run their offense.

Orhian Johnson- Johnson says that he spoke with Coach Gregory on the phone Monday night and congratulated him on the win.

"I watched the game with a bunch of friends and told them all before the game the Bulls would win. Everybody said that Auburn is in the SEC and would kill USF. After the game they were all shocked. I told them the Bulls would win!"

The biggest news from Orhian is that he has pushed his decision back to signing day. He originally wanted to commit during the season, but says that he wants to think things through, take all his visits and then decide.

NT Nick Craig- Although he's still not been offered just yet Nick is doing everything to get the staff's attention. Last week he said he had a great game and was named player of the week. The Big Man had an interception in which he rumbled 25 yards.

On Saturday Craig went over to a friends house to watch the game and wore a Bulls shirt to school the next day...Remember he lives in Georgia!

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