Skip Holtz and the South Florida Bulls picked up another verbal commitment today.
The USF staff keeps the commitment momentum rolling as Brynjar Gudmundsson, a 6’5, 267 pound offensive lineman from Wellington high School in Wellington, FL. just committed to Coach Holtz as part of the 2011 recruiting class.
“USF was definitely my number one school,” said Brynjar. “I really like the coaching staff, and they really stood out to me,”
The Wellington High standout offensive tackle, a four year player for the wolverines was one of the top prospects in the county and was ranked No. 27 prospect in Palm Beach County by the Sun Sentinel's top football prospects for the Class of 2011, verbally committed to South Florida on Monday.
Gudmundsson was a participant at the USF SuperBull camp this summer and chose USF over offers from UCF, FIU and Marshall, and also had plenty of other programs that were showing interest.
“I went to USF for their camp and that was great,” said Gudmundsson. “They offered me and that has really been the main school that I’ve been looking at.”
He is the Bulls fourth offensive lineman commit and the 13th prospect to pledge his services to USF for 2011.
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