Bulls Football Adds Florida Standout to Recruiting Class
BUFFALO, NY – University at Buffalo head football coach Jeff Quinn has announced that Wonderful Monds, has signed a National Letter of Intent to play for the Bulls.
Monds, a 6-3, 212-pound defensive end/outside linebacker, is a native of Fort Pierce, FL and attended the same high school that current UB standout linebacker Khalil Mack starred at (Westwood HS).
He helped the Panthers to a 9-1 record and a district title as a senior and recorded 87 tackles, 10 sacks and forced three fumbles as a junior while also playing tight end.
Monds has excellent bloodlines as his father was an All-American at Nebraska, while his Uncle Mario, played for the Cincinnati Bengals and Miami Dolphins. His full name is Wonderful Terrific Monds II.
"Wonderful is an outstanding young man who fills our needs on the defensive side of the ball," said Quinn. "He's a very explosive, rangy and athletic football player."