Trickett Talks about SuperBull Experience

Clint Trickett, 3-star quarterback from North Florida Christian HS, in Tallahassee, camped at the USF SuperBull during the weekend. Trickett talked to about his experience playing under the lights at Raymond James Stadium, the competition, where he stands with the Bulls and more.

North Florida Christian's Clint Trickett, the son of FSU o-line coach Rick Trickett, is considered one of the top quarterback in Florida after throwing for over 2,600- yards and 25 touchdowns last season. The three-star prospect rated the No. 36 quarterback nationally was in Tampa Saturday attending the USF SuperBull football camp.

"It was a real good camp, and a lot of fun. There was a lot of good talent and some good quarterbacks," said Trickett. "It was a lot of fun competing with those guys."

Tricket, 6-foot-2 and 180 pounds came into the camp with offers from Louisville, Arkansas, Tulsa and Western Kentucky among others and after a strong performance at the camp earned an offer from the Bulls.

"I went down to South Florida for their camp last night and they offered me," Trickett said. "I really like their offense. It would be a good fit for me. It's a great school, a great program. The Big East is a great conference and I'm interested."

In this exclusive video, Trickett spoke to about the experience.

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