The grass obviously wasn't greener on the other side, because 1010 Sports reports that Woulard re-committed to USF Friday afternoon.
"I am committing to USF," said Woulard, according to 247Sports.com. "I chose USF because it's close to home and I can play early. I don't want to go to a program that is already established and I'm just maintaining that. I want to create history and help bring USF it's first Big East Championship, it's first National Championship, I want to make history.
"This is definitely my final decision, I'm done," he continued. "It's a relief. Things began to get really stressful for me."
The 4-star dual-threat passed for 1,334 yards and 14 touchdowns as a junior in 2011. An outstanding athlete, Woulard played wide receiver both his freshman and sophomore seasons before making the transition to quarterback. He possesses a ton of upside, a strong arm, the ability to make plays with his feet, and has prototypical size (6'4", 200 pounds).
Woulard was named MVP of the quarterbacks at the Orlando NTFC camp and was invited to The Opening at the end of that event. Scout has him rated as the No. 24 overall player at his position.
Before today's decision, Woulard held offers from Boston College, Cincinnati, Connecticut, Duke, Florida A&M, Florida International, Indiana, Memphis, Mississippi, Pittsburgh, Syracuse, Temple, Central Florida and Wake Forest.
Woulard becomes the fourth member of coach Skip Holtz's recruiting class for 2013, joining offensive lineman Cameron Fraser and wide receivers Tshumbi Johnson and Xavier Richardson.
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