Aaron Lynch Transfer: USF's Spencer Boyd Claims Defensive End Will Transfer To Bulls

The South Florida Bulls might just be picking up a very important transfer in the form of Notre Dame defensive end Aaron Lynch.

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Aaron Lynch Transfer: USF's Spencer Boyd Claims Defensive End Will Transfer To Bulls

Former Notre Dame defensive end Aaron Lynch is going over what school he will go to in Florida. He has been linked to both the South Florida Bulls and the Miami Hurricanes as possible transfer sites.

A current South Florida player and former Notre Dame transfer Spencer Boyd tweeted that Lynch would definitely be a Bull in the fall.

As a freshman, Lynch played in all 12 games with the Irish, recording 5.5 sacks, including 1.5 in the Champs Sports Bowl against Florida State. An addition of a player like him for either team would be a great addition to either defense as he looks like he's a player that will steadily improve on the defensive side.

For more on this story and all things South Florida athletics, please head over to Voodoo Five.

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Notre Dame Defensive End Aaron Lynch Granted Transfer To USF

The South Florida Bulls might just be picking up a very important transfer in the form of Notre Dame defensive end Aaron Lynch.

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