Recently USFNation.com talked with Tommy Streeter and he hinted that an official visit to South Florida was in the works. Two weeks later it looks like there is news to report.
"Coach (Larry) Scott and I just finalized plans for an official visit." Said Streeter.
The Bulls will host the 6-foot-6 wide receiver on the weekend of January 15th. This date, which coincides with their annual banquet, has become the pinnacle weekend in recruiting visits. This year Streeter will join several other top high school and JUCO recruits when the team honors it's current players after the season.
"Besides that not much is going on. I might come to the USF/Louisville game and in two weeks I'm thinking about going to the Miami/NC State game."
Streeter says that USF, Miami and South Carolina are still the three teams showing him the most interest.
"I talk with Coach Gilespie once a week, but we don't have a visit scheduled yet."
As of now Tommy has taken one official visit, to Boston College, and has only the USF visit scheduled.
"I know I will go to South Carolina, we just haven't talked about it lately."
Streeter says that an official visit to Miami is also a possibility. Until then the standout WR from Northwestern is going to concentrate on school and football.
"We have a big game coming up this week against Miami Central. Tomorrow at my school (Turner Tech) we will be airing a commercial that I've been working on for the last two weeks. It's an ad for all the kids at Turner to come out and support Northwestern at our game. It's been hard putting it together, so I'm excited to see how it looks."
Stick with USFNation.com for the latest on this 4-star recruit as we follow him up to signing day.
It's Official, Streeter to Visit USF
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