USF gets QB transfer from the Big 10

As the season nears the Bulls have picked up another QB. This time it comes in the form of a transfer from Indiana University.

Today, quarterback Grant Gregory will transfer from Indiana University to South Florida. Gregory is originally from Athens Ohio where he played quarterback and safety. At 6-foot-2, 196 pounds, he is fairly quick with a 4.71 40 time. During his senior season in high school he amassed 2,100 yards and 22 touchdowns with only 6 interceptions. He also ran for 300 yards on 65 carries and 5 touchdowns.

Chris Pool, the Midwest Recruiting Analyst for Scout.com, had this to say about Grant, " On offense Gregory is a dual-threat quarterback. He has a strong arm but also has decent speed and isn't afraid to run the football." Adding that, "He was a Midwest "Hot 100" selection as a senior."

On the defensive side of the ball Gregory was a force at safety, recording 70 tackles his senior year and intercepting 11 passes combined in his junior and senior year.

"He's a Ball-Hawking safety that fills the alleys well in support of the run. Sound tackler and has some pop on his tackles as well."

With the addition of Gregory things will definitely heat up with the competition behind center.

Recently Greg Gregory, Grant's father was brought on to the USF coaching staff as an assistant.

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