After Visit, USF in Top 3

Not only did Justin Green have a great time, but he now says USF will be one of three schools he chooses from on Signing Day. Read on to see what he has to say about his visit, what his Mom thought of the weekend and who else he thinks will commit to USF in the coming weeks. Only on -- Get it First, Get it Fast!

"I was really impressed by my visit to South Florida." Said offensive guard Justin Green. "After thinking about it, USF is now in my top 3."

The Bulls join Clemson and South Carolina as the leaders for the 6-foot-4, 310 pound giant. For Green, his favorite part of his visit was watching the current players interact with each other.

"They are a real family. They are always around each other, not just on the field. It seems like everyone gets along."

Green, who is from Palm Beach Gardens roomed with the newest Bull's commit, Mark Popek.

"He and I were both surprised by our visit. I remember when we got there on Friday he was telling me how he favored a couple other schools. I was the same way. The visit really opened my eyes."

"I think you'll see a lot of the guys on this weekends visit end up committing to USF. I talked with Tay Odoms, he really liked it. The Lincoln High lineman (Padric Scott), I think he'll commit."

Green himself said he thought about committing.

"I was thinking about it towards the end. I really like what they had to offer, so did my mom and aunt. They both liked the facilities, the coaches and the players."

In the end, Justin decided to hold off until he's finished taking visits.

"Next week I go to Clemson and the week after that I go to South Carolina."

For now the plan is to wait till signing day, but Justin said he could see himself making a decision before that.

"Leavitt gave me a lot to think about. After next year, 4 of their linemen graduate, its close to home and it's a rising program. Overall I give the visit at least a 9."

Green is fully qualified with a 2.5 GPA and a 23 on his ACT. Stick with USFNation as we follow Justin through the final weeks of the recruiting process.

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