USF Lands Transfer PG Martino Brock

South Alabama's leading scorer Martino Brock has decided to transfer to USF after taking an official visit to USF. The 6-foot 5 guard will have two years of eligibility at USF beginning in 2012-13

After taking an official visit to USF this past week, South Alabama's leading scorer Martino Brock has decided to transfer to USF and will have two years of eligibility at USF beginning in 2012-13.

The 6-foot-5 guard was the Jaguars leading scorer with 14.2 points and also led the team in 3-pointers (shooting 34 percent) and in steals with 45 while averaging 3.9 rebounds per game. Brock, who is originally from Memphis, was a prep school standout at Maine Central Institute before opting to go to South Alabama. He was deciding between Auburn, Missouri, Dayton and UAB before choosing the Bulls.

The 6-foot-five guard will be added to the 2011-12 roster, but per NCAA transfer rules Brock would have to sit out the 2011-12 and will have two years of eligibility at USF beginning in 2012-13.


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