Wednesday, July 13, 2011

Lakewood Ranch's Reiter moving up the depth chart at USF

Austin Reiter appears to be jettisoning up the depth chart on the University of South Florida football team.


The Lakewood Ranch graduate completed spring practice listed as the backup center for the Bulls beating out Danous Estenor.


Reiter, who enrolled at USF in December, has drawn raves from the USF coaches. Some are saying he is potential to be as good as Sampson Genus, who finished his career last season and is considered one of the best centers in the history of the program.


Reiter is 6-4, 273 pounds and very agile on his feet. Coaches would like to see him put on about 15 to 20 pounds and believe he can do it without losing any of his athleticism. He will backup senior Kevin McCaskill, who is six-feet, 315 pounds.

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