South Florida Bulls: Kicker Marvin Kloss Arrested for Grand Theft

James Walker@BRJamesWalkerAnalyst IIMarch 8, 2010

Breaking news out of Naples, Fla.  According to Naples News , Marvin Kloss, the once-upon-a-time wanna-be Florida Gator who later decided to walk-on at the University of South Florida, has been arrested with a former high-school teammate for Grand Theft.

According to the Collier County deputies in Naples, Florida, Kloss and Carlos Andres Perez-Charton, both Barron Collier Cougars, allegedly stole over $8,200.00 in goods during a house party this past Friday night.  Reports state that a Nintendo Wii, a gold bracelet, a watch, and a camera was taken.

Reports for the past two weeks had Kloss heading to Gainesville to join the Florida Gators.

However, after being denied admission to the University of Florida due to a low SAT score, interim head-coach Steve Addazio was attempting to get Kloss admitted under preferred walk-on status.

New Bulls head coach Skip Holtz also offered Kloss preferred walk-on status, and Kloss stated that his heart had always been with South Florida.

A third-team all-state selection as a senior, Kloss also played some WR his last year in high school.  His future at this point remains up in the air.

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