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2014 Hokies signee added to USF’s roster

Kevin Bronson

Virginia Tech’s recruiting loss has turned into USF’s gain.

In a press release, the Bulls announced that Kevin Bronson has been added to Willie Taggart‘s roster. The release stated that “[t]he Delray Beach, Fla. native will enroll in the University and begin summer session classes and working out with the USF team on July 7.”

Because the defensive end didn’t attend classes at Tech, he will be eligible to play for the Bulls in 2014.

“Kevin is great young man and a player whose size and athleticism fit very well in our defensive system,” Taggart said in a statement. “We recruited him very heavily leading up to signing day and are happy that some things evolved and he now has the opportunity to be a Bull. Kevin had scholarship offers from a lot of major programs, and we are excited that he is joining our football team.”

The reason for Bronson move from the Hokies to the Bulls is that he didn’t qualify academically at Tech.

Bronson was a three-star member of VT’s 2014 recruiting class. In addition to Tech and USF, Bronson held scholarship offers from, among others, Florida, South Carolina, Miami (Fla.), Arkansas, Florida, Miami (Fla.), Nebraska, South Carolina, UCF and Vanderbilt.

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