Five South Florida players to watch

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Sep 5, 2015; Tampa, FL, USA; Fans make their way inside Raymond James Stadium prior to the game between the Florida A & M Rattlers and the South Florida Bulls. Mandatory Credit: Jonathan Dyer-USA TODAY Sports

No. 5 Tajee Fullwood

South Florida’s offense is certainly not what you would call explosive, but the Bulls do possess some playmakers. Cornerback/return man Tajee Fullwood definitely is capable of making highlight reel plays on special teams. The sophomore cornerback showed off his return skills last Saturday when he returned a punt 46 yards against Florida State. Fullwood’s stellar return nearly went back for a touchdown, but did set up the Bulls at the Seminoles 11-yard line. South Florida did end up turning the ball back over to Florida State, but Fullwood put his team in a position to come away with points.

On the defensive side of the ball, Fullwood is still a relatively young cornerback. The former three-star recruit has remarkable speed and can make a break on the ball in a very effective fashion. Fullwood is a tremendous playmaker that can make an impact no matter what the situation is. Maryland definitely will do their best not to kick the ball to Fullwood and know where he is at all times.