Marshall commitment visits USF

Daytona Beach (Fla.) Seabreeze quarterback Trenton Norvell, a Marshall commitment, recently took his third official visit when he traveled to the University of South Florida.
"I went to USF last weekend," Norvell said. "It was a good visit. I definitely learned a lot. There are a lot of positives down there. I also liked getting to meet all of the coaches there. It was especially good meeting with Coach (Peter) Vaas and Coach (Skip) Holtz."
When the 6-foot-4, 215-pound signal-caller met with the staff at South Florida, he said they laid out their quarterback plans for this class.
"They were telling me that they are wanting a quarterback this year and that whoever they brought in would probably redshirt their first year with B.J. Daniels coming back for one more year," Norvell said. "They have the whole thing with (Tyler) Cameron going on and they just want to make sure they have a quarterback coming in."
In addition to spending time with the coaches, Norvell also got to meet some of the current Bulls.
"I enjoyed spending time with the players," Norvell said. "They have some great people on that team."
While the three-star quarterback enjoyed his visit to South Florida, it did not result in him switching his commitment at this time.
"I am still committed to Marshall," Norvell said. "I am sticking with Marshall unless I find something that I like better. A situation that is better for me. Right now I am going to sign with Marshall."
He has previously taken official visits to Marshall and Cincinnati. While he has mentioned an interest in visiting Temple in the past, at this time he is unsure of any other official visits
"As of now I have no idea to be honest," Norvell said of upcoming visits.
Norvell holds offers from Cincinnati, Marshall, South Florida, and Temple. He will enroll at his school of choice in January.
On his senior season, Norvell threw for 1,432 yards, 12 touchdowns, and six interceptions.