Things have been very interesting in the USF recruiting world over the last 24 hours or so. Tampa’s Terrence Mitchell was the first to make a splash. The Rivals100 member switched his commitment from FSU to the Bulls, instantly becoming USF’s highest rated prospect. Then Skip Holtz and company pulled the scholarship offer they had given to Bradenton’s Brion Carnes. Carnes was still looking at Nebraska and Western Kentucky and the Bulls may have gotten impatient. And finally, Dunedin’s Adarius Bellamy had his scholarship offer pulled as well. Bellamy was one of the crown jewels of the 2009 recruiting class, but when he didn’t qualify academically he went off to spend a year at Fork Union Military Academy. Bellamy was able to get his grades in order and reconfirmed his commitment to the...

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