2011 Scouting Report: Returning letterman at tight end who eyes a starting assignment this season.
2010: Played in 13 games, starting three...had two catches on the season with both going for touchdowns (totaling 19 yards)...had a six-yard touchdown at Syracuse and a 13-yard TD vs. Kentucky in the BBVA Compass Bowl.
2009: Redshirted as a true freshman.
High School: SuperPrep and Tom Lemming All-American...rated the country's No. 7 tight end by Scout, No. 10 by SuperPrep and No. 14 by Rivals...named to The Associated Press Pennsylvania Class AAA All-State Team (first team)...Pittsburgh Post-Gazette "Fabulous 22"...Pittsburgh Tribune-Review "Terrific 25"...Harrisburg Patriot-News "Platinum 33"...selected to play in the Big 33 Football Classic...finalist for the Pittsburgh Athletic Association's Mercury Award, annually presented to the region's top high school football player...helped lead Thomas Jefferson to a three-year mark of 45-2 (.957), back-to-back PIAA Class AAA championships and three consecutive WPIAL titles...as a senior DeCicco had 24 catches for 542 yards (22.6 avg.) and 11 touchdowns...as a rush defensive end, had five sacks, seven batted passes and two interceptions...over his final two seasons he compiled 43 receptions for 935 yards (21.7 avg.) and 17 TDs...PrepStar All-East Region...SuperPrep All-Northeast Team... rated the No. 10 overall prospect in Pennsylvania by SuperPrep and No. 12 by Rivals...played under Coach Bill Cherpak, who was a standout offensive lineman for Pitt from 1985-89...Brock was also a first-team all-conference performer in basketball.
Personal: Brock Anthony DeCicco, born 5/28/91, is the son of Dominic and Debbie DeCicco...has two brothers and one sister...brother Dom was a standout safety for Pitt (2007-10) and two-time All-Big East selection...father was a tight end at Waynesburg College...social sciences major.
Football Completes 2018 and 2019 Non-Conference Slates
Narduzzi Announces Five Mid-Year Additions to Pitt's 2017 Roster
Pitt Selected as a Finalist for Coach's Play Call of the Year
Pitt Falls to Northwestern in the Pinstripe Bowl
Panthers Ring Opening Bell at New York Stock Exchange
Panthers Practice for Final Time as Bowl Game Nears