NCF On The Trail: USF recruits react

USF recruits react to Holtz firing 

December, 2, 2012
South Florida’s firing of Skip Holtz was met with decommitments and mixed emotions from recruits who liked the head coach but understood the decision and are now worried about the fate of the staff that remains.

ESPN 150 quarterback Asiantii Woulard (Winter Park, Fla./Winter Park) and three-star athlete Jeff Badet (Orlando, Fla./Freedom) made their intentions to decommit known on Twitter. Both players also said that South Florida will remain under consideration.

Badet, who will take an official visit to Louisville in December, did not say much more.
Jeff Badet (Orlando, Fla./Freedom) became USF's second decommittment following Skip Holtz's firing on Sunday.

The 6-foot, 162-pound wide receiver, who originally committed to the Bulls on his birthday, Aug. 2, is now back on the market. Although he's no longer committed to USF, the Bulls are still in it.

"USF is still in the mix," Badet said via text message. "[I am considering] Louisville, UCF, Kentucky and Iowa State."

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