ATH Jarvis West: West is a local kid with incredible speed. He was at the USF SuperBull but did not compete. Its been rumored that he was holding an offer from USF. After speaking with the 5-foot-8, 165 pound RB, he says the Bulls have not offered him and are not actively recruiting him. West is however getting interest from Ole Miss and Iowa State. He says he does not have any official offers and thinks that both Ole Miss and Iowa State will offer him soon.
DE David Perry: Perry is one of the top Dline prospects in the state this year. He's a big 6-foot-7 pass rusher and although the Bulls don't have room for many more DE's, Perry is a guy they'll always make room for. He has close to 2 dozen offers from around the country. This summer he visited UCF, FSU, USF, FIU, UF, UM and LSU. He says he's wide-open and treating every team the same. He said due to NCAA restrictions nobody is recruiting him especially hard. This fall he'll narrow his list down to a top 5 and start scheduling visits. He is being recruited by Larry Scott.
CB Darius Millines: The 5-foot-11 DB/WR from American Heritage was reported to have an offer from the Bulls. However after speaking with him he says that USF has not offered even though he does have three instate offers including UF, UCF and UM. Darius does have other Big East offers as well including West Virginia and Rutgers. He named two leaders – Wake Forest and West Virginia. He has one official visit already set and that is to West Virginia in September. The say he spoke about WVU leads me to believe there is a very good chance they will land him.
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