Entering his second season on the Hornet coaching staff, Bock attended Carter High School in Rialto, California for his freshman and sophomore year where he Bock was named team MVP after leading the team to 11 wins, averaging 17.0 points and 6.1 assists per game, Bock earned All-League honors at Carter High School as both a freshman and sophomore, before transferring to Eisenhower High School. At Eisenhower, he averaged 18 points and eight assists per game while shooting 86 percent at the line. He led Eisenhower to the state title as a senior, scoring a team-best 17 points in the championship game. He averaged 21.3 points, 6.9 assists, 5.6 rebounds and 3.2 steals per game for the Eagles and was named Most Valuable Player of the Citrus Belt League while also earning first-team all-CIF honors in California's Southern Section as a junior. Hel also won the John R. Wooden Award for Division II as state's high school player of the year and was first-team all-state.
After high school, Bock attended Creighton Univiersity where he played with former Hornet Justin Carter (2007-08). After his frehsman season, Andrew transferred to the University of Pacific where he had great success.
With his college days behind him, Bock went on to play baksetball professionally overseas in Europe for a few years.