Outside of the improved health of quarterback B.J. Daniels, the big news on the final day of workouts in Vero Beach for USF was the versatility of wide receiver Evan Landi. The Bulls worked out the former quarterback at tight end, and while he was a full-time receiver last season the junior may provide a spark at tight end.
Landi will need to improve as a blocker in the tight end role, but he'd dramatically improve the position from a pass-catching standpoint. Could be a late-round possibility in BCS leagues if listed at both TE and WR.