South Florida Bulls
- Year: Junior
As a Recruit: Bonani was recruited from Lake Wales (Lake Wales, FL) class of 2008.
2010: Played in all 13 games ... handled the kickoff duties during the first nine games and the place-kicking duties for the last 11 games ... made 17-of-21 field goal attempts, including four of over 40 yards ... the 81.0 field goal percentage ranks first on USF's single-season list and was second in the BIG EAST ... the 17 made field goals ranks second on USF's single-season list ... was 13-for-13 on attempts under 40 yards and 17-of-19 on attempts under 50 yards ... posted a season-long 47-yard field goal at West Virginia ... tabbed BIG EAST Special Teams Player of the Week after making 47 and 21-yard field goals and converting two extra points against Rutgers ... hit three field goals of 42, 38 and 22 yards against Connecticut.
2009: Missed the season after suffering a broken vertebrae during an on-the-job accident over the summer.
2008: A true freshman who took over the kicking duties after the first two games of the season ... connected on 15-of-21 field goals ... went 12-of-13 from inside the 40 with the lone miss coming on a blocked attempt ... was 3-of-8 from 40-plus yards ... long of 49 yards is the fourth-longest in USF history ... after missing the first attempt of his career, came back to hit three straight, including the game-winning field goal in the final seconds against Kansas ... the game winner was just the third final-second field goal in USF history and the first made by a true freshman ... completed season by making final three FG attempts ... also handled kickoffs for the final seven games of the season ... averaged 62.2 yards per kickoff with two touchbacks.
LAKE WALES HIGH SCHOOL: Was a 3A first team all-state placekicker as a junior and second team as a senior, as well as all-state punter his senior year ... had a career-long 55-yard kick his junior season ... named Male Athlete of the Year in 2007 by the Lakeland Ledger ... chose USF over UCF and Florida State ... named 2007 Polk County Soccer Player of the Year ... lettered in three sports: tennis (three years), football (three years) and soccer (four years).
- Early Enrollee
- Gray Shirt
- Video Highlights
- Medical Redshirt
- Primary (Inactive)
- Secondary (Inactive)
- Keeper (Inactive)