Former N.C. Central University forward Jordan Parks was offered a two-year professional basketball contract with Pallacanestro Trieste in Trieste, Italy.
Parks played his final two college seasons at NCCU from 2013 to 2015, and logged significant minutes with both Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference championship teams. He led the NCAA in field goal percentage during the 2013-14 season, knocking down 65.9 percent of his shots. He was third in the NCAA at 66 percent during the 2014-15 season.
Campbell: The men’s basketball players team and staff leave Wednesday for an 11-day, 4-game tour of Europe.
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Wake Forest: Deven Gaulden, a recent graduate of Wisconsin, will join the Wake Forest football team.
ECU: Coming off its inaugural season in the American Athletic Conference and its eighth bowl appearance in the last nine years, East Carolina was picked to finish fourth in the East Division of the AAC as voted on by members of the media.