It wasn't too long ago that USFNation spoke with Al-Terek McBurse and he told us that South Florida and Central Florida were his two leaders. Since then, much has changed. Last weekend Al-Terek took his first official visit, he went and checked out Nebraska.
"My trip was awesome." Said McBurse, "I liked everything. I met the team toured the campus, I liked how the whole city just loves the team."
Although it's only his first official visit, McBurse saw enough to name Nebraska as his new leader.
"I'd say Nebraska is leading. It's Nebraska, USF, Georgia Tech and UCF."
McBurse says its Nebraska that is recruiting him the hardest right now, but he also talks with the Coaches at USF regularly.
"I talked with Coach Simmonds and Coach Leavitt tonight (Monday). We've been in contact every week since they offered me and Coach Franks came to my game on Friday."
Decision time is right around the corner for Al-Terek, he plans on graduating in December and will be busy taking visits over the next couple weeks.
"I'm going to visit Kansas and South Florida for sure, I don't think I'm going to visit UCF."
His visit to USF is tentatively scheduled for December 12th, which is shaping up to be a big recruiting weekend for the Bulls. Stick with USFNation.com for more on Al-Terek and the rest of the '09 class as we head towards Signing Day.
Bulls No Longer Lead for McBurse
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