The South Florida Bulls went into Miami to pick up two commitments.
On Monday, 3-star quarterback/wide receiver Deundre Pickett-White and 3-star running back/safety Trevon Sands committed to the Bulls.
The 6’0, 190-pound Pickett-White and the 5’10.5, 180-pound Sands both attend Southwest Miami High School.
The Miami Herald has the scoop.
Pickett-White, one of the most underrated quarterbacks in South Florida, said he and Sands made their decisions at school Monday after a month of talks with each other pondering the decision. Both players have been playing together since their Pop Warner days, and have been close to Lockette – currently USF’s running back coach – since they were in the 10th grade.
“We were just spoke about our chemistry and how much better we can make a team,” Pickett-White said of his conversation with Sands. “It would be best for us to stick together and keep the chemistry going.”