One Visit Down, Two More to Schedule

The recent news of Kayvon Webster committing to Miami has caused Bulls fans to be concerned about the CB recruiting board. USFNation talks with the top un-committed corner on the Bulls board -- Jayron Hosley. Find out where he stands with South Florida and what he thinks of their season so far. Read on for the entire story.

The commitment of Kayvon Webster to Miami has caused South Florida fans to take a closer look at the cornerbacks recruiting board. One of the top uncommitted recruits on USF's board is Jayron Hosley from Atlantic Delray. Hosley is a familiar name to Bulls fans who remember him taking his team to the championship game over the summer at USF's annual Sling & Shoot tournament. That momentum has carried over to the regular season where Hosley's team is sitting at 3-0.

"The season is going really good so far." Adding, "I haven't had a lot of passes thrown my way but I have returned a kick for a touchdown."

Over the summer Hosley also showed the ability to be a big-play wide receiver but says he hasn't played much offense this year because the team hasn't needed him.

"My coach wants me to concentrate on defense. They only use me on offense in certain formations or game situations. Coach wants to keep me healthy and says I'm more important to the team on defense."

Last week Atlantic had their bye week and Hosley used his time off to take his first official visit.

"I went to Louisville. It went real well, I had a lot of fun. It showed me some new things, I didn't know much about the school and the trip opened my eyes."

After taking his visit Hosley says there are two more visits he's working on setting up.

"I'm going to take a visit to Clemson and South Florida after the season. I might set up more but those are the ones I know right now."

When it comes to a top 5, Jayron says there is no clear front-runner.

"Right now I'm focused on South Florida, Clemson, Georgia, Louisville and Vanderbilt."

The Bulls are the only instate team that Hosley is naming amongst his favorites. The USF coaching staff has been in contact with Jayron consistently since the beginning of the season.

"I talk with Coach Patrick and Coach Douglas, we get along very well. We talk whenever we get a chance. They tell me all the time they want to bring me in for a visit and how bad they want me to be a Bull. We get along really well."

Hosley said he's been busy this fall and hasn't been able to watch as much of the Bulls as he'd like to, but he was impressed with their win over UCF and NC State.

"I watched the Central Florida game and I was impressed with how they closed it out. Then they went on the road and had a big win against NC State. I'm going to a USF game soon, I have to see what's going on with my schedule, probably toward the end of the year I'll make it to Tampa to see a game."

Although Hosley plans on taking his visits after his season he says a final decision could come at any time.

"I was planning on making my decision after my visits, but if I feel like I'm ready before that, then I'll do it. Whenever I feel like I know the school I'll go to then I'll announce it."

The knock on Jayron Hosley is his height, at 5-foot-9 he's the shortest CB on the Bulls board, but his knack for the turnover and his ability to shutdown receivers of any size has made him one of the most coveted corners in this year's class. USFNation will have another update with Hosley as soon as a visit is scheduled.

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