Bulls Get 2nd OL Commit of the Weekend!

Lakewood Ranch offensive lineman Austin Reiter commits to the USF during an official campus visit this weekend.

Lakewood Ranch offensive lineman Austin Reiter has committed to USF during an official campus visit this weekend sources have confirmed.

Reiter is a 6'4-255 pound offensive lineman had offers from Wake forest, UCF, FIU, and Middle Tennessee State and was garnering interest from West Virginia, Miami, Cincinnati among others, but chose the Bulls, who were the first team to offer.

The talented lineman whom played on both sides of the ball also attended the Miami game with his family will be a December graduate and will be able to enroll at USF this spring.

Reiter will play in the Brad Price Memorial PAL Bowl, where Manatee County's best senior football players will play against Sarasota County's best on Dec. 18 at the Ram Bowl in Sarasota.

He is the second offensive lineman to commit to USF this weekend after Quinterrius Eatmon announce he'll play for USF during the Alabama/Mississippi All-Star classic Saturday.

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