Jayron Knows Where He's Going

The top corner on the Bulls board is Jayron Hosley from Atlantic Delray. The talented corner talked with USFNation.com today after his visit to Tampa and tells us he knows where he plans to attend college. Read on for the details!

"My visit went real well, it went great." Jayron added, "Tampa is a very nice place, the campus and everything it was real nice. All around it was a good visit."

Jayron Hosley, CB from Atlantic Delray is the number one corner on the Bulls board. He's very familiar with USF, they offered him in the spring and since then he's been on campus for various camps and combines throughout the summer. He says the favorite part of his official visit was his time spent with fellow recruits and current Bull players.

"The best part was meeting the players, the recruits and spending time with the staff. It was what did it for me. Once you know you fit in with the players you know you can spend the next 4 years there and everything will be fine."

Was the visit enough to get a commitment from the 3-star CB?

"I feel real good about USF. It's definitely a school I see my self at and possibly spending my next 4 years there. I told the coaches that I'm going to give it a few weeks, but in the end I'm going to be a Bull. I did that because I want to take the rest of my visits, but it's a done deal."

Jayron says next weekend he'll visit Michigan, possibly Ohio State and then finish with Virginia Tech. But he says he has not been in contact with OSU since the dead-period broke a week ago.

"I'm a Florida native and I'm a Florida person. Tampa is a real good place and somewhere I can see myself playing. I'm going to checkout these other schools, but I don't see anywhere else fitting me the way that Tampa does. It's the campus, the city, everything seems like the right fit."

While on his visit Jayron got to see a familiar face.

"My host for the weekend was John Lejiste. That was fun, him and I are good friends from when he used to play at Atlantic. I also hungout with Murph and Quenton Washington. Real cool guys."

Jayron says he told his family how much he enjoyed the visit, they were excited for him and would prefer him to stay in state.

"The conversation about staying in state came up and they would like that, obviously. But it's up to me and they have said they're happy with whatever decision I make."

USFNation will talk with Jayron as we head towards Signing Day. Check back next weekend to see how his visit to Michigan goes.

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