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Posted Aug 9, 2011 by Adam Adkins
Updated Aug 9, 2011 at 04:23 PM
VERO BEACH USF coach Skip Holtz said following Monday’s practice that the receivers were among the most improved position groups on the field, and one in that group who has impressed during the early portion of camp is junior Victor Marc.
Marc has been one of the most consistent pass catchers on the field during the Bulls open practices at the Vero Beach Sports Village, and his body of work seems to be drawing the attention of Bulls coaches.
“Victor is a guy who’s been progressively getting better, you know, end of last season, spring practice, camp. He’s a very talented, gifted football player and he’s being noticed out here,” USF receivers coach Phil McGeoghan said.
Marc has contributed mostly on special teams during his first two seasons and has just one career catch, but McGeoghan believes the 5-foot-11, 221-pounder has finally found a home on the field after bouncing around several positions the last few years.
“He loves the game. He’s a football player. He’s a guy who came in here as a safety, played quarterback in high school, moved to running back, moved to receiver,” McGeoghan said. “He’s been all over on both sides of the ball and I think he’s finding his niche right now.”
BULLS BITS: FB Armando Sanchez (hand) and S C.J. Garye (undisclosed) did not participate in Tuesday’s morning workout. … DB Trevon Griffin, a transfer from Navy who joined the program as a walk-on, joined the team in camp Tuesday.