Titans Add Transfer from Germany

Cal State Fullerton has received a commitment from Federic Holm-Hadulla, a 6'-1", 185 lb. guard from Heidelberg, Germany.

"Fedi", as he is known, marks the 10th published recruit for the Titans, though there are likely to be a few "updates" once school begins on August 26th.

Fedi played on a club team in Germany (USC Heidelberg) and averaged 14 points and 4 assists while shooting 40% from three-point land. He also played on the German Junior National Team in 1998. Fedi will have three years of eligibility remaining.

Here is his Google-translated page biography:

Federic "Fedi" cross-beam Hadulla comes from the own youth, is 20 years old and 1.87 m large. It played in successful B and A-youth of the USC, but already for 3 years also in the 1. Crew occasionally an important role. The ambitious "Fedi" carries the leotard Nr.4, is a very fast wing player, but its actual position is the structure position (POINT Guard). Its other sporty passion applies for the football. Also Fedi found over TV transmissions to the scholarship and then to the USC (... on the question: As you came to the basketball "... mostly with the bicycle!").
In its spare time a great deal fun occurs to it, with which it surprises its environment.

it played 1998 in the German selection with the most important youth tournament of the world, with the Albert Schweitzer tournament in Mannheim. From the occasional "Ego Zocker" it developed to a true "Aufbau" player.
In the past season he put his Abitur down studied now, and slipped into the role of Markus Jochum as Playmaker, which he could fill out naturally not yet as these. In this year it - in such a way we hope - will be able to out-play its in the meantime considerable experience fully. The fact that the coach sets confidence into it points his appointment to the captain after the career end of Dirk Sodomann.

Here is the link if you know German.

Here are a couple of links on Heidelberg: Link #1, Link #2

TitanCentral.com Spin: After seeing him play for about 45 minutes, he is quick, sees the floor very well and is an exceptional passer. He also has a nice-looking shot and goes to his left very well though he is right-handed. I have no idea how he will be used but I am now a lot happier knowing we have a potential back-up point guard. He also can play the wing.