He's been a championship wrestler and a national level Judo competitor, but now three-star Clarksville (Tenn.) offensive guard Bruno Reagan is 100 percent football player and 100 percent committed to USF.
"I didn't want to wait around," Reagan said. "I was USF's No. 1 guy and that meant a lot to me. USF was my favorite from the get-go. I connected well with the staff and if they had stayed at Western Kentucky I probably would be going there."
Over the past few months Reagan had seen increasing interest from several programs, including in-state schools Tennessee and Vanderbilt.
"I had a good number of schools talk to me," Reagan said. "I went to camp at Tennessee and was probably one of the better guys and I think they were waiting to see what happened with other guys before they offered me but I wasn't going to wait around."
As far as his interest in Judo or wrestling, Reagan said his preference is football and his ultimate goal is to make it to the NFL.
"I'd rather play football and now I'm a football player full-time, which is what I've always wanted to do," he said. "Competing at the highest level for those two other sports, I think that helped prepare me. I know I can play anywhere and do well."
Now that he's off the market, Reagan said he doesn't have any plans to shop around for more offers.
"It's pretty much shut down," he said. "I'm visiting USF July 8 and we're just going to get ready for that. I had planned to go on some other trips but we're not going to do that now that I'm already committed."
Reagan said he's planning on majoring in Mass Communications and is happy with USF's program. More importantly, he's very comfortable with the Bulls new coaching staff.
"I wanted a program with a staff that could turn me into the best possible football player, "Reagan said. "I'm very comfortable with the staff that's there and I think they're going to do a great job."
Reagan said he's only planning one official visit and that will be to USF.
"I asked myself before I was ready to commit, 'If any other school in the world were to offer, would I consider it?'" Reagan said. "The answer was no, I wouldn't care. I'd rather be at USF than anywhere else."