Head Coach Stan Heath and the South Florida Bulls continue to keep their recruiting momentum going strong as they've received a commitment from 3-star wing Bo Zeigler out of Detroit during his official visit this weekend.
The 6-foot-6, 190-pound small forward preps at the Detroit community school and plays for the AAU Michigan Hurricanes. Considered one of the top small forwards in the country, Zeiglar had over a dozen offers from top programs including UCONN, Indiana, Iowa, Iowa State, Providence, Dayton, Tennessee, and had a top three of USF, Providence and Iowa, before ultimately choosing to play for the Bulls.
With Ziegler's recent commit, USF Coach Stan Heath continues to be red hot on the recruiting trail after securing pledges from Bartow 3-star big man Chris Perry, an ESPN top 100 player, and Tampa Prep's Josh Heath, who was named the Class 3A state tournament Most Valuable Player last season. The three new commits join 4-star forward John Egbunu and guard Drew Davis out the Fort Walton Beach and give USF 5 solid commits for the class of 2013.
Stay tuned with USFNation.com for more details on the Bulls newest hoops commit.