Notes and Observations from USF Super Bull

The University of South Florida put on a high quality event today welcoming more than 100 total prospects from across the country. Local talent flooded to  Super Bull and performed well.

Chase Litton, Wharton 2014 QB – Performed alongside recent USF commit Asiantii Woulard (Winter Park, Fla.) and held his own. Litton showcased a strong arm hitting a few deep out routes. Also looked good throwing the short inside routes. Seemed to be a little tentative with his timing and got rid of the ball after the receiver had already made his break, but his arm strength made up for it. He’ll continue to be a hotly recruited QB in the 2014 class.

Marquez Valdes, Lakewood 2013 WR – Another strong performance for the 6-3 wideout. He ran good routes showing confidence driving deep prior to making his breaks. Showcased a good vertical during 1-on1s and has strong hands to go up and grab the contested balls.

Zach Benjamin, Tampa Catholic 2013 WR – The big bird did what he does best. Run crisp routes and catch the ball at its highest point. While he won’t blow you away with 4.4 speed he makes up for it with size and body control. He uses his 6-5 frame very well and keeps DBs away from the ball.

Paris Bostick, Plant 2013 DB – It was good seeing Paris out at an event! He worked out mostly as a WR and performed well. Looks to be a safety all the way, but nonetheless he showed that he can play some WR. Once he switched to the defensive side of the ball he shut everyone down. He did a good job under cutting routes and getting his hands on the ball.

Vernon Hargreaves III, Wharton 2013 DB – Well everyone already knows he’s the best DB in the area (maybe the state, maybe the country) so he decided to try his hand at WR. He spent the entire camp on offense where his athleticism took over. He ran past defenders during 1on1s and showed very crisp route running.

Robert Davis, Carrollwood Day School 2013 RB – Another camp, another impressive performance from Robert Davis. He catches everything out of the backfield (seriously I didn’t see him drop anything) and has 4.3 speed. Quick out of the backfield and makes defenders miss. Could be a prospect that pulls a few major offers late.

Wesley Bullock, Plant 2013 RB – Bullock had an impressive camp out of the backfield. He caught the ball and moved well throughout drills.

Shug Oyegunle, Gaither 2013 ATH – Caught the ball well out of the backfield. Good feet, hands and hips.

Isaac Tanner, Freedom 2013 LB – Much bigger than I thought, Tanner performed well during 1on1s. Showed good  bend and flexibility. Showed the hips to turn and run with most RB and TE he faced.