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  1. Corey Evans‏ @coreyevans_10 2018 @1FamilyHoops wing Amanze Ngumezi has been offered by USF 11:32 AM - 25 Apr 2017 Amanze Ngumezi‏ @kiingsliimm 2h2 hours ago Earned a offer from University of South Florida #Gobulls
  2. USF men's hoops roster evolving Joey Knight, Times Staff Writer Tuesday, April 18, 2017 10:27am ...It's also worth noting we spotted Troy Holston Jr., Malik Martin, Tulio Da Silva and Isaiah Manderson atMonday night's Stampede of Champions banquet. On Tuesday, the school confirmed all four remain with the program. Unofficial USF 2017-18 Men's Basketball Roster (scholarship players only) G Payton Banks, Gr-Transfer (Penn State)* G/F Justin Brown, Fr. F Tulio Da Silva, R-So. G Troy Holston Jr., R-Jr. PG Stephan Jiggetts, Gr-Transfer (Fairleigh Dickinson)* F Isaiah Manderson, Sr. C Malik Martin, R-Jr. G Terrence Samuel, Gr-Transfer (Penn State)*ELATED NEWS/ARCHIVE *-The transfers of Banks, Jiggetts and Samuel have been widely reported but not yet announced by USF
  3. Adam Ayalew‏ @AyalewAdam South Florida has offered '18 @TheTeamBBC G Montez Mathis @PrepHoopsMD 6:20 PM - 24 Apr 2017
  4. Received offer from USF.
  5. Nikola Scekic‏ @scekic1995 11m11 minutes ago More Officially a South Florida Bull! #USF
  6. This is too cool to mince words about, so let’s cut to the chase: a handful of the best USF basketball alumni of the past decade have put together a team to enter this year’s TBT (The Basketball Tournament), an annual, five-on-five competition open to any team that can stir up enough fan support and votes. You can read more about it here if you’re unfamiliar, but some key points: fans vote for squads to make the 64-team bracket, the winning team gets $2 million to split amongst themselves, and the whole thing is televised by ESPN affiliates. Of course, I would be remiss not to mention the fact that the top 100 fans who vote for the winning team all receive a cut of the prize ranging from $1,000 to $20,000 if their teams wins. The more voters you recruit, the better chance your team has to qualify, and the bigger your slice of the pie if your team manages to win it all. Full disclosure: I did some work for TBT’s southern regional in Atlanta a couple years back, and I could not be more into this tournament. It’s really awesome seeing the likes of local, YMCA squads compete on national TV against ex-NBA players, and I’ve always wanted to see a USF-centric team get put together. Thanks to former USF graduate assistant Michael Brown, this dream is now a reality: say hello to your Tampa Bulls, a team assembled entirely of former USF basketball standouts. So far, Tampa Bulls consists of the following players*: Corey Allen Jr. Ron Anderson Jr. Anthony Collins Toarlyn Fitzpatrick Augustus Gilchrist Javontae Hawkins Hugh Robertson *There are some big names yet to be announced, but I don’t want to spoil the surprise for Michael and company. Think of the biggest USF stars of the past decade, and you’ve probably already guessed them. This team is absolutely loaded with NCAA Tournament veterans and players who spent time in the NBA D-League. They’ve really, really got a shot to win this thing, but they need your help to make it into the field. Right now, the Bulls have just 61 votes, and the top teams in the South region have hundreds. With the support of the Bulls’ fanbase, however, the Tampa Bulls can make their way into this tournament, and hopefully do a little damage once they’re in it. You’ll get to watch your favorite USF basketball players compete once again on ESPN, and possibly make you thousands of dollars. This is a win-win-win-win. Let’s show TBT what USF nation can do, and throw our wholehearted support behind the members of the best basketball team in USF history. You can vote by following the link below. Don’t forget to spread the word, so that Tampa Bulls have a better chance to qualify (and, yes, so you make more potential money). Vote: Article
  7. Not sure the powers to be would swallow their pride or not but who would everyone want out of theses three choices Hire Bartow Bring Back Heath Bring Back Greenberg
  8. TAMPA, APRIL 18, 2017 – USF Athletics shared in the excitement Tuesday as Tampa Bay won the bid for yet another premier sporting event when the NCAA announced the Bay Area as a host site for the 2020 NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Championship First and Second Rounds. March Madness in the form of the NCAA men’s tournament will come to Amalie Arena on March 19 and 21, 2020. The selection follows on the heels of the Bay Area hosting the 2015 NCAA Women’s Final Four and selection to host the 2019 NCAA Women’s Final Four at Amalie Arena, both involving USF in a major role. “This is very exciting for the Bay Area and USF. We are so excited as a department to be able to engage our talented staff and resources in helping the Bay Area to continue to host premier national events.” USF Director of Athletics Mark Harlan said. “The first-class events that our partners at the Tampa Bay Sports Commission and executive director Rob Higgins have been able to put on in our community, including last year’s magnificently run College Football Playoff National Championship, showcase our community to the nation. USF is committed to being a strong community partner and a part of these endeavors.” As it was with the recent Women’s Final Four, USF Athletics will be heavily involved in conducting the NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship First and Second Rounds in downtown Tampa, providing both guidance and resources in everything from event management, and media coordination to marketing and community involvement. I love getting a chance to go to these things here .... but I doubt they'd put us here so I'll be traveling that year.
  9. Bibby transferring
  10. Another new name to pop up on the transfer possibilities. Avg 8 pts as a Freshman 3* out of Orlando
  11. Eric Hester is transferring from UF after one season. He is a former oldsmar Christian player that we were actively recruiting. Wonder if he is considering us again?
  12. it's on ours USF SPRING RADIO SHOW LIVE ON APRIL 10 Two Coaches, One Show, Lots of Bulls Fun! Strong & Gregory to join Bulls fans 7-8 p.m. at World of Beer on Monday, April 10 TAMPA, March 30, 2017 – New USF head football coach Charlie Strong and new USF head men’s basketball coach Brian Gregory will join Bulls fans for a one-hour special spring radio show live from the World of Beer on East Fowler (2815 E. Fowler Ave.) on Monday, April 10. Fans are encouraged to attend the live broadcast, hosted by the Voice of the Bulls Jim Louk and football sideline reporter Thor Jozwiak, and enjoy food and drink specials, USF trivia contests and prizes and an opportunity to meet and take pictures with the Bulls’ newest head coaches. The spring radio show will air live from 7-8 p.m. on 820 AM in the Bay Area and can be streamed on Trivia contests and prizes will begin at 6:30 p.m. prior to the start of the show. Strong will join the program in the first half hour to update fans on the football team’s spring practice ahead of the annual USF Spring Game on Saturday, April 15 at Corbett Stadium. The Bulls return 16 starters and several national award candidates, including senior quarterback Quinton Flowers, from last year’s No. 19-ranked team that went 11-2. Gregory, who was introduced as the Bulls’ 10th head men’s basketball coach on March 22, will join the program in the second half hour to discuss his vision for the USF men’s basketball program and the new additions to his coaching staff. Both coaches will be available to meet and take pictures and sign autographs for fans in attendance during the hour-long program. Rocky the Bull and USF cheerleaders will also be in attendance for photo opportunities with fans.
  13. USF ATHLETICS FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Web Link: Follow USF Men’s Basketball on Twitter Like USF Men’s Basketball on Facebook Coach Gregory Signs First Commit, Justin Brown Brown averaged 11 points per game during a 43-win season at Hargrave Military Academy TAMPA, APRIL 12, 2017 – University of South Florida head men’s basketball coach Brian Gregory and his staff announced the signing of Justin Brown to a national letter of intent on Wednesday. Brown is the first signee of the Coach Gregory era at USF. A 6-6 guard/forward from Birmingham, Ala., Brown played his postgraduate year at Hargrave Military Academy (Va.) in 2016-17, where he guided the Tigers to a 43-2 record. Brown averaged 11 points, seven rebounds and two steals per game. He shot nearly 60 percent from the floor and converted on 39 percent of three-pointers. "We are very pleased with the addition of Justin Brown to our USF men's basketball program," said Gregory. "His size, versatility, skill package and athleticism will put him in a position to make an immediate impact in our program. Justin is also a perfect fit when it comes to character and academic excellence, components that we emphasize greatly in the recruiting process. It is important that we recruit from high-caliber, winning programs and Justin has come from two such programs at Hargrave and Spain Park." Prior to Hargrave, Brown attended Spain Park High School in Birmingham, where he was an All-State honoree three times and was a four-time All-Birmingham Metro selection.
  14. American Athletic Conference votes unanimously to add Wichita State
  15. Another basketball commit! this rate, we'll actually have a team on the court next year.
  16. Basketball (Regular Period) April 12, 2017 to May 17, 2017
  17. UConn freshman Juwan Durham announces he's transferring. Was ranked No. 52 in the 2016 class.
  18. Guess it is never too soon to offer. Hey it somebody local. Tampa Catholic two-sport star Chivarsky Corbett, a 6-foot-5 sophomore quarterback/wing player, has been offered a basketball scholarship by USF, Crusaders coach Don Dziagwa announced. Dziagwa said Bulls coach Stan Heath contacted him Sunday evening with the offer.
  19. Gonzaga vs. Oregon Monday night UNC is the upset special today.
  20. Get in on the excitement of this year's NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament. Invite friends and family to join your group, fill out up to 25 brackets, and earn bragging rights by winning it all! Compete for a chance to win the grand prize package worth $19,950!Join TheBullsPen Group by using the link and password below: TheBullsPenPassword: Rocky56
  22. Dayton has hired Oklahoma City Thunder assistant and former Alabama head coach Anthony Grant as head coach
  23. Rod Strickland, brought over from Kentucky by former coach Orlando Antigua, has been offered this position after rumors of his interest began a little over a week ago. This comes after the departure of Byron Samuels who seemed to leave on less than amicable terms with the program. Former Head Coach Byron Samuels left with a statement of facts defending his three year tenure at the school. With a handful of Antigua students left on the Bulls roster, he would seem to have little reason to stand pat here. Only time will tell.