The recruitment of Cocoa High School QB Bruce Judson Jr. has taken a few twists and turns. The latest came Friday.
Just days after he de-committed to USF, Judson announced that he will indeed be following former Bulls Head Coach, Willie Taggart, to Oregon this fall.
The announcement came as no surprise to those who have followed this drama. Nor did it come as a surprise that just as he did when he de-committed, Judson announced the news himself on social media earlier in the evening:
— Bruce Judson Jr™ (@4way_lilbruce) January 28, 2017
We documented earlier this whole scenario Tuesday and theorized that it would not take him long to commit to Oregon, where Judson may very well compete for the starting job as a true freshman.
While undersized, Judson is a young clone of current Bulls QB Quinton Flowers, who flourished under Taggart’s offense in 2016, tallying more yards from scrimmage than any Bull ever before being named the American Conference Offensive Player of the Year.
Now, Duck fans are salivating at the potential of Judson “lighting up” Autzen Stadium for years to come, while USF fans have to be seriously disappointed that it won’t be at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa.