LB/RB Gary Hosey committed to Buffalo on Thursday, joining Detroit Cass Tech teammate William White as part of the Buffalo class.
A strong season this fall is leading to another strong recruiting class for Buffalo.
Currently sitting on a 7-2 record, including a 5-0 mark in the Mid-American Conference, the Bulls landed commitments from Detroit (Mich.) Cass Tech linebacker/fullback Gary Hosey on Thursday along with Cincinnati (Ohio) Colerain safety Ryan Williamson. Hosey was previously committed to Eastern Michigan, and joins linebacker teammate William White as part of Buffalo's class.
On Saturday, Rochester (N.Y.) Irondequoit linebacker Myles Nicholas flipped his pledge from Old Dominion to Buffalo. Also jumping into the boat was Cincinnati (Ohio) Anderson tight end prospect Kevin Rogers, who plays quarterback on the high school level.
With Hosey, Williamson, Nicholas and Rogers in the fold, Buffalo is up to 17 commits in the class-of-2014 with No. 18 possibly on the way before the end of the weekend.
For a complete look at Buffalo's recruiting efforts this fall, click here.