Konimba Diarra, the developing 6-foot-9 center from Our Savior New America in Centereach, N.Y., has decided to stick with his commitment to South Florida.
Diarra, who actually signed back in the fall with the Bulls, wasn't certain about his fate when Seth Greenberg left USF to take the head job at Virginia Tech this spring.
New South Florida Head Coach Robert McCullum met with Diarra this spring after accepting the position, and the two apparently hit it off.
"I am very comfortable with Coach McCullum," Diarra said. "I met him when he came to New York and I still like South Florida and didn't want to go to another school."
Diarra had a solid senior campaign for Our Savior. While he is still rough around the edges from an offensive standpoint, he's blessed with a sturdy frame and good rebounding and shot-blocking instincts.