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Tough loss for taggert
LORD FORGIVE ME FOR THE GOON DADDY IS COMING OUT TONIGHT
Asiantii Woulard hasnt been an option for USF for over a month. Not sure why you think he spurned them.
He was the first guy Taggert say after he was named HC, I def got the impression that he wanted him and bad
Thought he spurned Clemson
Woulard decommited, so when Taggart was hired he went to see him. I don't believe he even visited him again since they determined he wasnt going to go to USF. For about the past month USF has been looking for another QB since they werent recruiting Woulard anymore.
Woulard wanted the big time offer and if he got it every USF fan knew he would leave. It was a matter of time. Even if Holtz stayed, Woulard was a goner.
I don't think there was much interest from Woulard after Taggert got hired
I should also add that USF didnt find that backup plan. They targetted 3-4 other guys but it was just too late. They desperately needed 2 QB's, a stud and a developmental guy.
They ended up with one QB, who is a developmental guy. So they are in trouble at the QB spot moving forward.
With that said I think USF will recruit much better next year. Taggart is being raved about around Tampa, and ESPN mentioned him in some piece about the top 10 coaches for something recruiting related. I don't expect him to bring in top classes or anything, but I think there will be an improvement over this past few years. (Holtz was a terrible recruiter)
Yeah I was surprised when they offered and took his commitment. I saw him play a few times and wasn't impressed, seemed to lack arm strength and made some dumb throws
however I did hear that he is a baseball player turned football player so I'll give him a pass as a project
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