Tampa, FL - Former University of South Florida men's basketball player Kentrell Gransberry signed with the NBA Development League's Springfield Armor recently, and will begin his second season in the league.
Gransberry spent last season with the Colorado 14ers, averaging 5.2 points and 4.6 rebounds per game during his first professional season in the United States.
The Springfield Armor, who start their season on Nov. 27, are coached by former Celtics guard Dee Brown.
A two-time All-BIG EAST performer, including first-team honors in 2008, Gransberry averaged 15.8 points per game in his two seasons with the Bulls and owns the USF record for rebounding average with 11.1. He also ranks tied for sixth in career scoring.
Gransberry, who played from 2006-08 with USF, also owns the second-most rebounds in a season after totaling 325 his senior year.