Tampa (Fla.) Hillsborough offensive guard Don Mosely made a verbal commitment to Ole Miss on Sunday after getting back from his trip to South Florida.
Just because he chose to commit to the Rebels, however, doesn't mean that he didn't have a good time in Tampa.
"It was nice," he said. "I got to see the whole thing and the campus is really nice. We saw the campus dorm rooms and stuff like that."
The 6-foot-1, 293-pounder also got to meet with Bulls head coach Jim Leavitt.
"He said that they have something really great and that they are making South Florida a great program," Mosely said. "He didn't force me to make a decision. I really think South Florida is a good program.
"It's a good program and it's really nice."
Carl Franks was Mosely's recruiter of record for the Bulls.
Matt Lubick is Mosely's recruiter of record for Ole Miss.
The nation's No. 52 offensive guard cited his comfort level in Oxford as a big reason why he committed to the Rebs and said that he is excited to be a part of the Ole Miss program.