CHARLOTTE NC - DECEMBER 31: Head coach Skip Holtz of the USF Bulls stands with the trophy after a 31-26 victory over the Clemson Tigers at Bank of America Stadium on December 31 2010 in Charlotte North Carolina. (Photo by Streeter Lecka/Getty Images)
After decommitting over two months ago, Winter Park Asiantii Woulard has decided to reaffirm his commitment to Skip Holtz and the USF football team today. The 6'4", 200 lb. Woulard announced his decision today with Justin Pawlowski on 1010 AM, picking the Bulls over offers from Ole Miss, Pitt, Wake Forest, Cincinnati, and many others. You can hear Woulard's decision and an interview with Josh Newberg on Pawlowski's website CommishOnline.com.
Josh Newberg of Bulls247.com spoke with Woulard about his decision to decommit (free link), and why he ultimately chose to stick with the Bulls.
Now with Woulard on board again, it gives Coach Holtz the QB he desperately needed after Tyler Cameron unexpectedly decommitted last year. With only Bobby Eveld and Matt Floyd at the only scholarship quarterbacks on the roster next year, don't be surprised if Asiantii gets an extended chance to break into the two-deep next season.
And if you're wondering if Woulard will have second guesses, Asiantii told Newberg that won't be happening.
This is definitely my final decision, I'm done. It's a relief. Things began to get really stressful for me.
If you missed it when he first committed, Jamie posted a nice highlight video of Woulard's junior year.
Asiantii is USF's 4th overall commitment for the Class of 2013, and the first quarterback of the class.