BJ Daniels: Leading USF Into The Top 25

Sami DixonContributor IOctober 5, 2009

TAMPA, FL - SEPTEMBER 12: Wide receiver Taurus Johnson #89 of the University of South Florida Bulls grabs a pass in the end zone for a touchdown against the Kansas University Jayhawks at Raymond James Stadium on September 12, 2008 in Tampa, Florida.  (Photo by Al Messerschmidt/Getty Images)

The Dual Threat QB’s from the 2008 are already looking really good in the College ranks.

Terrelle Pryor, Robert Griffin, and B.J. Daniels, were all top 10 DT QB’s coming out of HS. Of course every recruiting following Sports fan knew about Pryor, but it's the other two QB's that make the class pop out so much. Even Jacory Harris appears on the Pro Style list, but I feel he is more of a dual threat after seeing his performances so far.

Bowden and other southern college coaches have to be wondering what they missed after seeing a few of the possibilities that Daniels can stir up while on the field. After accounting for over 90% of the total yards had against FSU in the USF win in Tallahassee.

Daniles grew up in Tallahassee and according to wasn’t recruited hard by any of the historic southern powerhouses.

After the FSU game he spoke about how he feels after the win.

"It feels good playing in front of your friends and your family," Daniels said. "I was very familiar with the people around so I definitely felt comfortable and it wasn't anything to get me nervous."

So after three games he has already racked up 550+ passing yards and 260+ rushing yards, and a total of 7 TD’s you have to like “The Bulls” chances of keeping up with the Jones’ in the Big East.