This unheralded class of 2017 recruit has a propensity for roasting opposing defensive backs and in the newly minted #PlayFastScoreFaster offense under first year offensive coordinator Kerwin Bell, there truly may be no stopping this wideout. We are fired up to drop our exclusive South Florida wide receiver #𝗦𝘁𝗖𝗶𝗻𝗰𝗼 Randall St. Felix 2018 highlight reel. (Twitter: @GloBoyRandy_ // Instagram: @young_king100)
This 305 native wasted zero snaps before showing USF Nation what impressed Willie Taggart enough at the 2016 USF Sling and Shoot Camp to earn the Miami standout his first scholarship offer. The made in Dade Bull posted the best wide receiver debut performance in USF history against Elon, hauling in seven passes for 143 yards (20.4 yds/rec), which included a 40 yard touchdown catch as his first reception as a Bull.
St. Felix set the program record with four 100+ yard receiving performances in 2018, including a two reception 123 yard performance against UConn that included a 75 yard touchdown to open the second half. To boot, St. Felix set the USF bowl game receiving record against Marshall with 165 receiving yards to top current Green Bay Packers wideout Marquez Valdes-Scantling’s 133 in the 2017 Birmingham Bowl victory over the Red Raiders of Texas Tech..
#StCinco finished 2018 with a whopping 33 receptions for 679 yards and scored four touchdowns. St. Felix’s debut earned him the eighth all time season receiving yards spot in USF history, and his explosive 20.6 yards per reception ranked ninth nationally (third in USF history). All of us here at SoFloBulls.com are beyond fired up to witness ‘St. Fe’ elevate his game in 2019.
I reached out to the former Lightning star and asked him a few uncommon questions for the below a Q&A.
1. You were seemingly an unheralded recruit coming out of Dr. Krop in 2017, what impressed then head coach Willie Taggart so much USF became your first scholarship offer?
RSF: “I’m not sure really but I guess the way I worked, and how I executed, and made plays at the camp.”
2. What is your favorite play since becoming a Bull?
RSF: “My favorite play is when I caught my first career touchdown vs. Elon.”
3. Who is your roommate? Best friend at USF? And what is your nickname on the team?
RSF: “My roommate is Demetris Harris. Best friend Jernard Phillips. And everyone either calls me “Saint” or “St.Fe”, no one calls me Randall.”
4. Fun fact no one really knows about you?
RSF: “I like playing basketball for fun.”
5. Thing you are most excited about for the 2019 football season?
RSF: “I’m most excited about how the new offense is going to come together and perform.”
Stay tuned Bulls faithful, we will continue dropping exclusive highlights that can be only found right here on SoFloBulls.com to help ward off the dreaded off-season blues.