QB Eveld Still Planning on Joining Bulls

QB Eveld Still Planning on Joining Bulls

Bobby Eveld, Jesuits two-sport star accepted a preferred walk-on role to play football at USF in March, and even after being selected by the Mets in the 50th and final round of this year's MLB first-year player draft, Eveld is still planning on joining the Bulls. USFNation caught up with Eveld to get his thoughts on being drafted, his desire to play for USF and more.

Jesuit senior Bobby Eveld, was selected by the Mets in the 50th and final round of this year's MLB first-year player draft last week, but the 6'5 two-sport star is still planning to join USF as a preferred walk-on to play football.

"Being drafted is pretty cool and I guess it gives me bragging rights, but I'm most likely going to walk-on at USF to play football." said Eveld. "I'm excited to get here and start work-outs. I've already been to a couple of meetings, I love the coaches and the players seem pretty cool. I can't wait."

As a senior, Eveld completed 134 of 244 passes for 1,999 yards, 19 touchdowns and six interceptions. In two seasons, he threw for nearly 3,000 yards.

USFNation caught up with Eveld to get his thoughts on being drafted, his desire to play for USF and more.



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