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Bulls to return to Vero Beach for fall camp
Posted May 13, 2011 by Adam Adkins
Updated May 13, 2011 at 07:22 PM
Much to the delight of University of South Florida coach Skip Holtz, the Bulls are headed back to Vero Beach for a second consecutive year for a portion of fall camp.
Holtz confirmed Friday the Bulls will hold 11 days of camp in Vero Beach, leaving on either Aug. 6 or 7 and returning Aug. 16 or 17. The team will report for fall camp on Aug. 3 and conduct its first few practices on campus before departing.
“I’m really excited about the opportunity,” Holtz said. “I know the progress we made last year, not just offensively and defensively but as a football team, team building and everything else. … There’s zero distractions there, and from that standpoint I know myself and the rest of the staff are really excited about going back.”
The Bulls will hold their first team scrimmage in Vero Beach on Aug. 13, one of three planned during fall camp. The others will be held on campus Aug. 20 and 26, the latter of which being a week before traveling to Notre Dame for the 2011 season opener.
—-In other football news, redshirt freshman quarterback Jamius Gunsby, who left the team during spring practice because of academic concerns, has left the program and is transferring to Georgia Military College. GMC coach Bert Williams confirmed Gunsby signed with the program Wednesday.
Also, receiver Alex Mut of Punta Gorda Charlotte, who is part of the 2011 signing class, has decided to grayshirt, where a student-athlete defers his full-time enrollment. Mut will still come to USF as a part-time student in the fall, paying his own way, but won’t officially join the program unitl January 2012.
Mut was likely headed for a redshirt year in 2011 had he joined the team over the summer with the rest of the incoming class after tearing the ACL in his right knee while playing basketball in January. By grayshirting, Mut’s five-year eligibility window won’t begin until January 2012, at which time he should enter the program at full strength. He is currently rehabbing the injury and said things are going very well.