I know many of us are concerned about the quarterback situation in regards to this years recruiting class. Well, it seems we have a plan. Here is the link.
Asiantii Woulard is a raw talent, from everything I have read. However, his ceiling is extremely high. I have seen some compare him to T. Boyd, the quarterback at Clemson. At the Elite 11 camp, coached by Trent Dilfer, he won MVP honors over SUC recruit and poster boy Max Browne. The guy supposedly has all the talent in the world, but will need a little time to develop. He wowed everyone at the Elite 11 camp, and he must have showed alot to win the MVP over a slew of talented and hyped prospects. Check out this video with a recap of Woulard and his outstanding camp, along with a good write-up. The more I see, and the more I read, the more I got excited about this kid and the possibilities of him being our quarterback for this class.
The best news............Woulard announced that he would take his 5th and final official visit to UCLA on the weekend of January 26-27. Many think that he is leaning towards Clemson and Kentucky, not exactly schools that scare me, although Clemson is on a roll in the past few years in regards to recruiting. However, I think after he gets here, gets to experience life in So. Cal, see the campus, and have the coaches tell him how he fits in...........well, I think we have a shot. Especially when you consider that playing time might not be far away and he can learn sitting behind Hundley for a year or two before competing with Milweard when that time comes. He needs a few years to develop, and realizes that. If we are able to pull Woulard out of South Florida, it will be a great get. I hope that Mora & Co., as well as our players and future recruits, will put the fullcourt press on the kid and get him to Westwood. He appears to be worth it!
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