TAMPA, Fla. - Tampa (Fla.) Jefferson wide receiver Adrian Jenkins was one of many local products to make it to the University of South Florida's Junior Day on Saturday. The 6-foot-3, 195-pound target enjoyed the opportunity to get on campus and learn more about the Bulls. He talked about it before participating in Team Tampa's 7-on-7 workout on Saturday.
"I got a chance to meet the coaches and some of the players," Jenkins said. "They showed us around the facilities and their new practice field. It was nice."
For Jenkins, it marked his first time taking a recruiting visit to South Florida. Skip Holtz and his staff did a good job catching his eye.
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"It was a good first impression," Jenkins said. "The coaches really seemed like nice guys and the players have seemed to buy into the program and the new staff."
At this point, Jenkins holds one offer and is receiving interest from a trio of schools.
"I have an offer from Bethune-Cookman," Jenkins said. "USF, Iowa State, and Cincinnati are showing me interest."
Would an offer from the Bulls keep the Tampa wideout home?
"Right now it really doesn't matter," Jenkins said. "I am just going to wait and see who comes with an offer."
Jenkins was joined on the visit to South Florida by his brother and teammate, sophomore wide receiver Aaron Jenkins, and fellow junior wide receiver, Charles Booth Jr..
As a sophomore, Jenkins had 18 receptions for 243 yards and two touchdowns.