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The Birth of #Ocho – USF WR Tyre McCants First Big Play as a Bull

the first big play of USF WR Tyre McCants record breaking career as a Bull was this 56 Yard reception against Syracuse back in 2015... the rest, as they say, is history!
The Birth of #Ocho: USF WR Tyre McCants First Big Play as a Bull vs. Syracuse 2015
🎱 USF WR Tyre McCants

Since his arrival from Niceville High School as a part of the USF recruiting class of 2014 dubbed the #DreamTeam Tyre McCants (@t_mccants8 ⨳ @T_McCants8) has been a force to be reckoned with. The all-around high school star and 2013 Daily News Large School Player of the Year pulled down seven receptions 164 yards (23.4 yds./rec.), scored two touchdowns, and posted 43 kick return yards on just two attempts in 2015. But, the play that kicked off his decorated USF career was the below 56 yard reception against Syracuse in 2015. (also be sure to watch our 2018 #Ocho highlights)

McCants finished his USF career fourth all-time on the career charts with 127 receptions, third on the receiving yardage charts with 1,856 yards and tied for second with 16 career touchdown receptions. McCants’ 59 receptions in 2018 him as the third-best season in program history. #Ocho appeared in 51 career games for the Bulls, making 32 starts as a staple for USF at wide receiver.

We are wishing Tyre the best of luck in the 2019 NFL Draft and will be rooting for him at all times!

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by Matthew Manuri
Publisher & Editor, SoFloBulls.com | @Mcknurkle

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