Price is by far the highest rated recruit to commit to USF this year, with some recruiting services rating Price as the 5th best tight end for the class of 2012. The Bulls beat out some big names for Price, including the Big 3 of Florida, Florida State, and Miami. Price should come in and compete for playing time with Andreas Shields when he enrolls next season.
Bivins chose USF over some big schools like Arkansas, Illinois, and South Carolina. The #33rd ranked cornerback prospect in the country appreciated that USF was the first school to offer him a scholarship, and USF was rewarded with Bivins' pledge. Chris' relationship with his twin sister Kayla also played a big part in his decision. Earlier last week, Kayla committed to the USF volleyball team as an outside hitter.â†µ
With USF only having 13 available scholarships for this recruiting class, Skip and the rest of the staff has done a good job giving out scholarships to need positions. With seven scholarships left in this class, it'll be interesting to see who Skip will give them to.