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Antigua Inks Dinero Mercurius | SoFloBulls.com 2014

The USF menโ€™s basketball team added another shooting guard to its 2014 signing class Saturday evening when Dinero Mercurius of Faith Baptist Christian School signed a national letter of intent.

The addition of Mercurius comes at a time of rapid change for the Bulls.

On Friday afternoon, guards Javontaeย Hawkins, Musa Abdul-Aleem and forward Zach LeDay announced their intentions to transfer before the start of next season. These three transfers, along with the transfer of Josh Heath and the graduating seniors means the Bulls will lose six players from last yearโ€™s roster.

USFโ€™s other 2014 commit is shooting guard Troy Holstonย of Oldsmarย Christian. Holston has been committed to the Bulls since August and has not wavered in his decision.

The two incoming shooting guards will now have more potential opportunities for playing time. Mercurius averaged 17 points and six assists last season.

โ€œDinero is the best shooter Iโ€™ve ever coached,โ€ Faith Baptist coach Kenny Gillon said in a press release.โ€œHis work ethic is tremendous and his best years are ahead of him.โ€

These two incoming guards give the Bulls the depth they will lose from the transferring players. Along with depth, the newcomers will give the Bulls something that they lacked last season โ€” outside shooting.

Both Mercurius and Holston are listed as strong shooters on scouting reports and could help USF improve from being the worst three-point shooting team in the AAC in 2012-2013.

There is still time for the Bullsโ€™ roster to change as there are empty slots to fill, but as of now Mercurius and Holston are the only additions to next seasonโ€™s team. Continue Reading by Clicking Here

ย by Vinnie Portell | USF Oracle


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