Isaac Virgin "I just got that right Vibe!"

Sometimes all it takes is a feeling, and that's what it took for Ft. Pierce QB/ATH Isacc Virgin to tell coach leavitt that he wanted to be a Bull. Read all about 6-foot-4, 235 pound that commited to the Bulls this weekend. Stay informed with

The Bulls continue to receive dividends from the big recruiting weekend when Ft. Pierce QB/ATH Isaac Virgin told USF Head Coach Leavitt that he wanted to be a Bull.

"I've been thinking about it for awhile, I've been thinking about all my option really," said Virgin. "When I woke up this morning I had a feeling, and was in my meeting with Coach Leavitt, I just decided that was the place for me."

Virgin quarterbacked Westwood to a District 13-4A Championship and into the playoffs where they lost to Dwyer. Isaac threw for 1,641 yards and 15 touchdowns while only throwing 4 interceptions, and also rushed for 317 yards with 7 touchdowns.

The talented prospect garnered offers from USF, Purdue, Iowa State, Liberty, and had plenty of other interest including instate foes, but chose to play for the Bulls.

"I just got the right vibe," said Virgin. "I liked the way I felt around the players, and I feel that I have a close relationship with the coaches."

Virgin (6'4-240) is a big strong versatile athlete that has been talked about at quarterback, tight end and even defensive end, but what position are the Bulls bringing him at?

"They're bringing me in as a quarterback, and I'm the only quarterback they're bringing in, so I have a good chance to compete for a spot."

Isaac has already been to Tampa when he participated in the Bulls first annual SuperBull held at Raymond James stadium, and even though he was very familiar with the Bulls, he learned more in detail about the program, the campus and the school.

"They have a good program in what I want to major in, sports management, and they have a lot of graduates in that major. It's always good to know that in your major you won't have to worry about finding a job."

Virgin was hosted by Bulls QB Evan Landi and spent time with the other recruits including Ryne Giddins, Lamar Scruggs and said Giddins announcement was nice but didn't have much to do with my decision.

"It was nice, but I believe in doing things for yourself, and I didn't commit because he did. I committed because I felt the right vibe." Isaac also added something about Scruggs visit. "He said it was a nice place and had a good weekend, but it was his first visit and he still needed to weigh out his options."

As of now Virgin said he feels excited about his decision, but was supposed to visit Purdue, and now isn't sure of the rest of his visit schedule .

"I'm not sure if I'm taking anymore visits. Purdue wanted me to come up, and so did a few others, but right now I'm undecided. I feel pretty good about my decision."

Now that the season is over Isaac will stay in shape by playing basketball and also pitches and plays outfield for the Woodland baseball team, but stay tuned for all updates to Isaac's recruit leading up to signing day.

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