Per 247 Sports – The recruiting news continues for USF football today with the announcement that the Bulls received two pledges, one for the 2018 class and the first for the 2019 class.
The first is from defensive end Trey Laing (6’4″ 235 lbs.) from Tallahassee, FL (Tallahassee Leon HS). The 3-star defensive end is the first defensive lineman pledge for this class and is an intriguing player. Click here for his 247 Sports profile which includes some highlight reels on him.
This announcement makes him the 6th pledge of the 2018 class joining Chris Carter (3-star tight end), Brad Cecil (3-star offensive lineman), Jujuan Cherry (3-star defensive back), Gerald Jackson (wide receiver), and Octavious Battle (quarterback). Again, nothing is set with these players until signing day, so take it all with a grain of salt.
It was also announced today that Laing’s younger brother, also pledged to USF, making him the first pledge for the 2019 class. Kyler Laing is a 6’2″ 235 defensive end player just like his older brother. His 247 Sport page is here. Again, and even more so here, nothing is officially and these pledges are not set in stone so relax and don’t get too worked up over the moves.