USF commit Bruce Hector takes in Bulls camp

USF commit Bruce Hector takes in Bulls camp

Last month Robinson defensive tackle Bruce Hector committed to USF, and during the teams Big Man camp the 6-foot-2, 260 pound lineman came by to hang out with the staff and meet some of the players. The local DT talks about getting to watch the coaches' work, and how he feels about his commitment, and more.

Last weekend Bruce Hector, a defensive tackle from Robinson and recent USF commit, took a trip over to campus during the teams big man camp, but didn't participate as he just wanted to hang out with the staff and watch them.

"I just went out there to learn some new stuff and try to get to know the staff a little better," said Hector. "I had the option to work out, but decide not to and just come out to support some of my teammates out here."

"It was a good feeling to just watch the coach's work," said Hector. "The coaches always get to watch us work."

After having time to think about his commitment Hector is still very happy he made his choice to play for USF.

"I think it was a great decision to commit to USF and I really like the school and all the coaches," said Hector. "I'm really glad I made the decision."

Now that's he's committed, Hector said the feeling s

"It's not really that different, they treat me like family," said Hector. "It's a little differs talking to guys like Ruben Gonzalez, they're all very welcoming me to the family."

Hector talked about the reasons why he committed to South Florida.

"The main reasons I picked USF was because it's like a family hear and I really like the coaches," said Hector. "Also with the school stuff, the team's GPA has been going up for the last five years and I really liked that."

The local prospect talked about why playing for the hometown team is attractive.

"Yeah just from being from around here I can have more people come out here and watch me play and that will be a good feeling to know everybody in the stands."

You can watch the full video interview here.

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